Antique International / Farmall Tractor: Farmall Cub Lo-Boy
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This picture is a 1955 version. The Lo-Boy is a variation of the Farmall Cub. It sat approximately 7 inches lower and had an underneath exhaust instead of an above-the-hood exhaust. It was ideal for mowing.
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Neil Billger wrote on Saturday, March 24, 2012 (PDT):My uncle has a international cub LoBoy that he bought in 1952, at that time it was 4 years old. he would like to sell it. It runs well and has about 90% of it s orginal parts on it the serial # is 7037. could you possible give me a ball park figure for this tractor It s has been garage kept for all it s years.
eric wrote on Saturday, January 14, 2012 (PST):Neighbor bought a 1960 with a Youngstown Oh stamp on it. He has never seen this before and had him wondering about it. He does not own a computer so I am asking. Any ideas
Ricky Pleasants wrote on Friday, November 25, 2011 (PST):we have a tractor and want to know if it is a cub lowboy, the serial number is 228885J, can you help us out with the year and make, thank you
cliff wrote on Wednesday, June 08, 2011 (PDT):my mother has a international farmall low boy she is wondering how much it is worth
Lem Highsmith wrote on Wednesday, May 11, 2011 (PDT):Have cub loboy cant find age or model have serial no.019888 if can held pleast email. thanks
Fathom wrote on Saturday, March 05, 2011 (PST):I have a 1957 farmall cub loboy, and I have a 5ft woods belly mower that I would like to put on it. How do I convert the mower to work on the loboy, because it mounts different then the cub that it came off of. Thanks
Fathom wrote on Saturday, March 05, 2011 (PST):I have a 1957 farmall cub loboy, and I have a 5ft woods belly mower that I would like to put on it. How do I convert the mower to work on the loboy mounts Thanks
roger wrote on Sunday, August 29, 2010 (PDT):i have a 154 cub low boy runs great has a new clutch disk and pressure plate,plugs,new bearings and seals in mower deck runs great and looks good needs paint steering box bracket needs welding will sell at present for 1800.00
Jim Outlaw wrote on Saturday, April 10, 2010 (PDT):I have a 69 IH Cub 154 Lo-Boy for sale. Good tight 72 belly mower under it. You can see it in the classifieds. Runs great. Will have a new carb kit in it in a couple of days. I hate to sell it, but the wife says it s the tractor or her and the tractor can t cook. Thanks for looking. Jim 303-981-4631
victor torino wrote on Friday, February 05, 2010 (PST):i have a low boy tractor for sale ,but i dont know any thing about the year ,it runs like a clock perfect. it has a side mount mower deck .and a blow,
george wrote on Friday, October 02, 2009 (PDT):to larry in pittsburg i have a 59 lowboy for sale i live in saltillo pa which is about 2 hrs east of you
terry garbig wrote on Tuesday, August 25, 2009 (PDT):looking for a international lo boy,preferrably with the bench seat,prefer restored,but would consider a non restored-352-598-7431 or email ;tag1 at mfi.net put in subject matter; cub low-boy thanks,terry
Larry wrote on Thursday, July 09, 2009 (PDT):I too am looking for a 50 s or 60 s vintage Farmall/International Cub Lo-Boy and a 105 Side Mounted, Balanced Head Sickle Bar Mower attachment. Please let me know if anyone has either of these items for sale near Pittsburgh,PA.
Herman Briggerman wrote on Wednesday, June 10, 2009 (PDT):I am looking for a cub low-boy. Perhaps a 154 or 184. I am not sure if these tractors have a hyd. lift so I can run a tiller on the rear Does anyone know if this can be done I would love to find a good one with a belly mower and rear tiller for my garden and farm. Thanks for your consideration, Herman
Jason Doucet wrote on Tuesday, May 26, 2009 (PDT):I have a 154 cub cadet and I m tring to put a timing light on it but I do not which line on the wheel to go off. I rebuild thge engain a year ago and the starter does not spin good i have to help it i got it rebuild and it is the same. help me if you can Thanks Jason hotrided at hotmail,com
Ken Elrod wrote on Friday, May 08, 2009 (PDT):I need to know what the point setting is for the International Lo-boy model 154. My book is lost....
phil whitworth wrote on Monday, June 02, 2008 (PDT):Ihave a cub loboy 154 thats runs fine has a little blow by,but when I engauge the mower it doesnt have enough power to run and mow at the same time.just wondered if its time for a overhaul or what else it could be timing,points,or what.need help thank you.phone #903-2885885 phil
Wesley Storey wrote on Sunday, May 11, 2008 (PDT):I am currently using a 1962 cub to plant our garden and work it also. I have been working on the planters for about two summers. I am looking for where I can purchase the two pipes that run from the fertilizer distributor and seed hopper to the underside of the tractor. I have the new style rubber hoses, however, they just do not work well. If anyone knows where I can find them or knows of what type of pipe I can buy and make my own, please send me and email......love to read about all the people working on and using cubs. Does a heart good. Thanking you in advance Wesley
JAN HAMEL wrote on Saturday, June 10, 2006 (PDT):I AM LOOKING FOR A FRONT END LOADER, MID OR FRONT BLADE, 3 POINT HITCH FOR MY CUB 154 LO BOY. ALSO, COULD SOMEONE HELP ME OUT WITH MY TRANSMISSION? IT POPS OUT OF REVERSE WHEN PUT UNDER LOAD. ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. THANK YOU.
Kim Moriglioni wrote on Thursday, June 01, 2006 (PDT):i'm looking for hyd. valve for 154 lowboy 1974 and one 13.6-16 rim for a customer ,just missed them on ebay
Buster Guidry wrote on Saturday, May 27, 2006 (PDT):I have a yellow and white IH cub tractor serial # 235844 J and am trying to find info about the model and what year it is. Can anyone tell me where I can find info about my IH.
C. Lasiter wrote on Thursday, May 04, 2006 (PDT):Looking for a Cub Lo Boy or Cub to buy located in Central or Southern California area, must be in running condition.
d balch wrote on Sunday, January 08, 2006 (PST):i have one i need to know how the belt for the mower goes on HELP!!!
matt wrote on Wednesday, December 28, 2005 (PST):I AM CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR A GRILLE FOR MY 1955 INTERNATIONAL CUB LO BOY AND ALSO A SINGLE POINT 1 BOTTOM PLOW IF YOU HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS I WOULD APPRECIATE IT. THANKS MATT
Randy wrote on Sunday, October 09, 2005 (PDT):Neil what is your casting numbers on this engine, rear end housing, trans ? they should end with a letter. what is the letter? whats your ser. #?
Neil Billger wrote on Tuesday, September 20, 2005 (PDT): Randy, All I know is that on the metal tag which is located on the right side down by the steering rod. it says lo-boy could it just be a cub?
Randy wrote on Friday, September 16, 2005 (PDT):TO ALL this talk about you guys having cub lowboys in the 47-54 year range, you need to do more research the lowbow didn't start production untill 1955. I have serial number 515 and it was purchased new by my father in september of 1955
Neil Billger wrote on Monday, September 12, 2005 (PDT):I have a Lo-boy tractor, I think that it's about a 1947 the serial # is 7037 and it is stamped 351686-R3 L 2 x . If someone could tell me the year it would be a great help Thanks
Philip McAbee wrote on Wednesday, September 07, 2005 (PDT):I have an International Cub Lo boy for sale. I've been told it's an early 1960's model. It starts, runs, and the hydraulic lift works. It has turf tires and has been converted to 12 volt. I'm asking $1200 and can e-mail pictures.
Bubba gaylor wrote on Friday, August 19, 2005 (PDT):Just purchased a cub lo boy 184 and I am parting it out I bought it for the engine for my 154 and a few other parts. I am overhauling the engine from the 184 to install in my 154 and the engine for the 154 will be for sale also it still runs okay but smokes through the oil dip stick filler tube. These little tractors seem to stick the oil rings and cause it to vent through the filler tube. If any one is interested in some of the parts contact me and let me know what you have an interest in.
Donny V wrote on Thursday, June 23, 2005 (PDT):I just aquired a lowboy but I can't find the serial number the plate that is supposed to be next to the steering gear isn't there it isn't a positive ground system but still 6 volts been sitting for about 20 years worked on it all day and got it running any help with year model would be appreciated
woody wrote on Sunday, June 19, 2005 (PDT):does anyone know or has pitures of how a deluxe and brackets mount on a cub?
Cleve Umbaugh wrote on Monday, April 25, 2005 (PDT):I need a part for a 154 loboy cub.I need a throw out bearing for it Doe's anyone know where to find one.serial # is 40 46 72 R1 the other side says I 20.Please help. Thanks,Cleve
Shawn wrote on Wednesday, November 17, 2004 (PST):I have for sale an IH 154 Cub Loboy with IH 3260 belly mower. It has hydraulic lift, a creeper transmission, and good turf tires. It is in good original condition and runs great. Asking $3500.00
frank laibe wrote on Sunday, September 19, 2004 (PDT):a neighbor has 1954 lo-boy completely rebuilt. this includes a different carb. has belly mower. tractor runs good for a while then it starts to miss and stall. ohter times just trying to start off with mower engaged will stall. governor doesn't seem to kick in when power is called for. can anyone help us with this problem? would even accept phone call at 800-727-6441. just tell whoever answers you want to talk to frank. thanks
Rick Marchant wrote on Sunday, August 15, 2004 (PDT):I am looking for a red Cub Lo-Boy with a sickle bar mower. I would be interested in purchasing them separately if you have just one or the other.
steve wrote on Saturday, August 07, 2004 (PDT):I am looking for parts for a 154 lo-boy
Andy wrote on Saturday, May 29, 2004 (PDT):I have a 1960 Lo-Boy with several implements. It seems to have a problem with the carb not getting gas. If I mist it (spray or pour gas into the air intake) it runs fine, I think it may be an air intake leak. I have great fuel flow and have taken the carb apart and cleaned it several times (I have not rebuilt the carb). Everything looks fine but it won't run without "misting" it, if I do it runs great. I just changed the oil and am getting ready to get it fixed but where? I was informed there is a place in Mass around Worcester or Springfield that specializes in Cubs, tune-ups and repairs. I forgot where exactly but think it was called "The Outdoor power shop" or something like that. Anyone out there that could help me locate this shop to work on my Cub or knows of a good knowledgeable shop or person in the New England area to help me? The tractor otherwise is solid and I have several implements and I would love to have it running good again like when I bought it to use it at my camp in Maine...
HAROLD wrote on Thursday, April 01, 2004 (PST):I have a service manual for cubs that states; production from 1947 thru 1979. Lo boy production started in 1955. Serial number range for early lo boy; 1955 501, 1956 2555, 1957 3929, 1958 5582, 1959 10567. Servoce manual from INTERTEC P,O, BOX 12901, OVERLAND PARK KS 66282-2901.
Larry wrote on Monday, March 15, 2004 (PST):I own a 1955 International Cub Lo-Boy in mint show condition, I also have the fast hitch with 1 bottom plow, a 4 row cultivator and carryall platform. IH considered the Low-Boy to be grouped with their new utility tractors such as the International 300 utility which came out in late 54, my Lo-Boy is a hit in parades leading the way for a 400 or Super M
Greg wrote on Saturday, March 13, 2004 (PST):Anybody know of a older style cub lo boy (1947-1959) for sale around new england (ct,ma,ri,nh,ny,vt)? Email;jc90461 at aol.com
Mark MD wrote on Thursday, January 22, 2004 (PST):Mr. Lawrence, You asked what year your low boy was made. According to your serial number. I believe it was 1956. The numbers started that year at #2555. Mark T.
John Behrens wrote on Friday, January 09, 2004 (PST):Erv Brietzke I'm interested in your snowblower if it will work on a 72 model 154. I'm from Center Point Iowa phone 319 393 6665
John Hellmann wrote on Monday, November 17, 2003 (PST):Have a '62 LoBoy with fasthitch. Cam with a rear mount Mott Mower. need the shaft that goes from the tractor PTO to the Mot Mower. 15/16" ten spline coupler to a rectangular cross section femal shaft. Anyone have one or know where I can find one?
Earl Lawrence wrote on Friday, November 07, 2003 (PST):I have a cub low-boy with a serial number 2592J. Does anyone know what year this was manufactured?
Jaqck Miller wrote on Saturday, September 13, 2003 (PDT): I have a International Cub Low-boy, yellow & white, with a belly mower and I am having Trouble keeping the belt from the PTO on. It rolls over and comes off, any suggestions.
RD Thomas wrote on Tuesday, August 26, 2003 (PDT):I have a 1958 cub lowboy.They're good little mowing rigs as long as the grass isn't too high or thick.The 60 cu in 10 horse is probably better suited for gardening.
Dennis wrote on Monday, May 12, 2003 (PDT):Looking for rear end (rear of transmission back) for a 1948 Farmall Cub, I'm located in central Michigan. E-mail - Bigdenisno1 at aol.com
Ron See wrote on Monday, April 28, 2003 (PDT):I am looking for exhaust pipe for my 55 loboy.Are there any parts dealers that sell them?
Tom Lendt wrote on Saturday, April 19, 2003 (PDT):I have both a 61 Lo-boy and a 74 154. The 74 came with a beautiful 3 point hitch w/2 way cyl and blade, and as I only mow with this tractor it is for sale. The 61 has a front blade, runs great and is also for sale. If anyone is interested please email for pics/details, located Des Moines, IA
William C. Armstrong wrote on Friday, April 18, 2003 (PDT): I am the proud owner of a beautiful 1962 cub low-boy that has a new yellow paint job that I am hoping to display on this websit very soon. It also includes a belly mower. The tracter is still being used today to cut my 9.5 acers.
RON THOM wrote on Thursday, April 17, 2003 (PDT):I HAVE A 58 LOWBOY 90% RESTORED BUT HAS DROPPED OIL PRESSURE ON A NEW MOTOR.I MAY HAVE CAUSED THE KEY TO SHEAR ON THE OIL PUMP IDLER GEAR BY JUMPING IT OFF WITH REVERSED CABLES.I SPENT 850$ ON REBUILD/150$ SANDBLASTING/50$ ON TIRES FOR THE FRONT/BACK ONES ARE GOOD.ANYONE INTERESTED? DENISON,TX
jackie wrote on Tuesday, April 15, 2003 (PDT):I have a 1955 lo boy that is for sale in excellent condition. It has a blade and wheel wieghts and runs extremely well. If anyone interested please email Jagalluzzo at yahoo.com. Thanks
Aaron Patterson wrote on Saturday, February 22, 2003 (PST):I am looking to sell my two Cub Lo-Boy tractors with Woods belly mower, sickle bar and snowplow with tire chains. Asking $6,000. Central PA.
DENNIS wrote on Tuesday, February 18, 2003 (PST):HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NEED W7-24 REAR RIM ORGINAL 3RIVETS TWO ON TOP ONE ON BOTTOM DENNIS IN WESTERN NC
Chester wrote on Tuesday, January 28, 2003 (PST):I have a (1pt) fast hitch for a Cub Lo-Boy that I have never used. I know someone who would like to buy one but I have no idea of what it is worth. Can you help me out?
Brad Lines wrote on Friday, January 17, 2003 (PST):I have a 1957 Cub Low Boy that I had just bought the tractor runs great! But I notice foam buildup around the oil dipstick. after milling the head and replacing gasket my foam problem is fixed. but my friend said that I have the wrong radiator cap, The auto supply told me that the one I have is the corret one. Any info would be a big help thanks Brad.
Erv Brietzke wrote on Monday, December 23, 2002 (PST):I have a 1979 IH 185 with a 60" snow blower attachment. I am looking a 3-pt hitch. Will sell or trade snow blower attachment for a 3-pt hitch.
John wrote on Saturday, November 09, 2002 (PST):just bought a '63 IH Cub Loboy with fast hitch and Mott mower, sickle bar, spring tooth harrow. Came with a series 1000 loader and a Brantley backhoe too. Planning on selling the loader and backhoe, but might consider some swaps. Anyone interested?
Indiana Rock wrote on Saturday, October 26, 2002 (PDT):My brother and I are finishing up a restoration on a 57 Cub Loboy. What is the correct seat? Is it the pan seat or the one referred to in ads as the assembly, having a back and in some cases arms. The original operators manual shows the "assembly" style in all the photos. I have never seen this style seat on any Cub, I,ve always seen the pan seat.
Lee Roy West wrote on Monday, October 07, 2002 (PDT):I recently purchased an International Cub Lo-Boy serial# 13825J can anyone provide me with any information about this tractor?
Dick Bibbins wrote on Thursday, September 05, 2002 (PDT):I have a 61" snowblower to fit on a Cadet LoBoy if anyone is interested. I am in upstate New York.
Dave Rohrbacher wrote on Wednesday, August 21, 2002 (PDT):I am looking for a project Low Boy for my Son and I. Going to re-build to be used weekly or as needed as we build our house. Please keep in mind the availability of parts. What years would you suggest I start looking for? Thanks Dave
Tim Heudecker wrote on Tuesday, August 20, 2002 (PDT):I am looking to buy a orginal carberator for my 57 international harvester lo boy tractor . Hope some one can help and let me know where to get it . Thank you .Tim
Jack Miller wrote on Wednesday, August 14, 2002 (PDT):That picture is not a Cub Lowboy. It looks to me to be just a Cub.
J.D.W. wrote on Sunday, July 07, 2002 (PDT):I have a International Cub LO-Boy was told it was a 1947 model serial number 6041.J is red but looks like it might have been cream engine serial 360719 I have operators manual but not a date to be found?
Steve Thompson wrote on Saturday, June 15, 2002 (PDT):Does anyone know where I can buy a new fibreglass grill surround for my cub lo boy, 1971?
bret wrote on Saturday, March 30, 2002 (PST):I have a cub lo-boy seral number 20195j Its yellow and white could someone tell me the year its going back to work I just add a 3 point hitch Thanks
George Ruckman wrote on Friday, March 01, 2002 (PST):I am looking for a 3 -point hitch for my 1972 cub-lowboy and also a manual
Tandy Barr wrote on Thursday, January 31, 2002 (PST):In regards to Ralph Lanni question about his LoBoy that idel ok but doesn't have any power. Ralph this reminds me of a problem I had years ago with a four cylinmder eng. that would do the same one day it got to where it would start very quickly every time and idel great but wouldn't do anything else just die if you even acted like you were going to rev it up. After hours trying everything I could think of I replaced the condenser in the distributor with a new one, guess what everything was back to normal. TRY IT. And by the way I am a cub loboy owner as well with fingertip hydraulic control a 4 or 5ft. belly mower and doser blade for the front. I do know the mower is a WOODS built mower.
C.W.(Jim) Broughton wrote on Thursday, April 12, 2001 (PDT):To; Ryan...I believe your tractor is a "Cub",1956 model..for a manual...write to Intertec,P.O.Box 12901,Overland Park,Kansas,66282-2901. This is a good manual, I rebuilt my Lo-Boy using it as a guide. If you are near or in the State of Oregon.. you can get this manual at Farmland Tractor Supply in Tangent, Or. Phone (541)928-1646 Hope this helps you....Jim
ryan wrote on Friday, April 06, 2001 (PDT):i have a farmall with numbers 193756j on steering box i'm trying to find out what year it is and the true model...... also looking for owners manuel or some type of book telling how to fine tune and maybe rebuild engine...thanks
C.W.(Jim) Broughton wrote on Wednesday, March 28, 2001 (PST): To; C.Beason You did O.K....most Cubs sell for more than that,usually in the $2000.-2500.00 range,depending on condition,equipment,etc.
C BEASON wrote on Saturday, March 24, 2001 (PST):I BOUGHT A CUB LO-BOY THAT IS EXCELLENT SHAPE AND ITS LITTLE 4 CYCLINDER MOTOR RUNS GREAT.I'AM GETTING A NEW PAINT JOB ON IT AND WHEN I GET DONE I'LL HAVE $1,800 IN IT I WAS TOLD THAT WAS VERY CHEAP WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF THATS CORRECT.
C.W.(Jim) Broughton wrote on Monday, March 19, 2001 (PST):To; Tom,Re; Disc... You will get better action and performance out of a regular "pull-behind" disc than you will out of the fast-hitch type,or even a three point disc, especially on the corners! You should have a drawbar attachment that goes on (bolts) to the bottom of your fast-hitch..simply put it on and either use a trailer ball or a clevis pin to attach a standard disc, takes about four concrete blocks to make 'er cut good, but you'll get good results !! Lots of luck...Jim
malcolm wrote on Monday, March 19, 2001 (PST):to add oil to lift housing take large plug out of left side of lift housing and fill to bottom of plug hole. good luck
tom wrote on Saturday, March 17, 2001 (PST):I was told that I needed oil my hydrolics. I dont know where to put the oil. Can anyone help a rookie. thanks
Kenny Wilson wrote on Thursday, March 08, 2001 (PST):Indiana Rock, you can subscribe to Red Power Magazine by phone at 712-364-2131 or visiting their website at;www.redpowermagazine.com
Indiana Rock wrote on Monday, December 11, 2000 (PST):I have a 1957 Loboy. I need a couple of headlights and a back light. Can anyone tell me where I can get them? do not need the housings, just the lenses.
Jim Broughton wrote on Thursday, November 30, 2000 (PST):To; Scott Thomas ... It's been awhile since you wrote,but I have a 1959 Lo-Boy with a 5 foot sickle mower, and believe me it is a mowing fool ! The markings on the mower says International Cub, so obviously a cub mower fits,if you've never installed a sickle mower, I have the directions on the "Cub" section of this publication.It is real easy,really to install,just follow the sequence. Hope you found your mower ! Jim
Jared Rock wrote on Tuesday, November 07, 2000 (PST):Hey I love this site. And I like that Cub Lo-Boy. But it needs some work on the appearance. I love those Cubs and Cub Lo-Boys.
Jim Broughton wrote on Thursday, October 12, 2000 (PDT):To; Doug Weaver... Doug, do you have one of the emblems in good shape? If so remove it CAREFULLY. take it to a sign shop or a plastics company with a PATTERN ROUTER...they can duplicate it for you in 1/4 inch chrome plastic...simply drill small one eighth inch hole where the screws go and mount it on your tractor. That's what I did on my 59, and it looks great..the only giveaway is it is shinier than the original.
Sean , Wa wrote on Tuesday, October 10, 2000 (PDT):To find more info on antique tractors try yesterdaystractors.com Also Iam looking for a belley mower for my 1955 LoBoy
Barry Turner wrote on Friday, September 22, 2000 (PDT):Can anyone tell me what a 1964 International cub low bow 154 is worth in good condition?
Doug Weaver wrote on Tuesday, September 12, 2000 (PDT):I have a 1959 Cub Lo-Boy. I'd like to find one of the metal "Lo-Boy" emblems for the side of the hood. Does anyone know of a source? Thanks.
Doug Weaver wrote on Tuesday, September 12, 2000 (PDT):Tim Lo-Boys didn't come out until 1955 so unless someone modified yours, it's not a Lo-Boy. I have read that Cubs destined for various governments' landscaping chores were painted yellow with white wheels, so maybe that explains yours. Also, if the serial number plate has FCUB on it, it's not a Lo-Boy. The differences between a Cub and a Lo-Boy are that the final drive units are rotated 90' forward and the front spindles are shorter. If you want more Cub info, go to www.atis.net/cub_faq.html. It has lots of interesting information. Doug Weaver
Tim Morgan wrote on Thursday, September 07, 2000 (PDT):Okay, Im really lost now. I have a 1949 cub and the original paint is yellow with white trim. The ID plate on the right side says FCUB and the exaust comes out the top, the serial number dosen't look like a lowboy number, it just has numbers and no letters. it looks like a cub but some say (with out looking at it)it's a lowboy. it dosen't look like a lowboy in the pic. on this web page. I need to know why it's yellow and white. where can I find more information on cubs and lowboys. I don't see much info on lowboys.
Matthew NC wrote on Monday, September 04, 2000 (PDT):I would like to find a "chrome-lettered" Cub Lo-Boy. This includes Lo-Boys made from 1954-1957. I would prefer one of the earlier ones from 1954-55 that is painted solid red. Thanks.
C. Scheller wrote on Monday, August 07, 2000 (PDT):I own a 1974 Cub LoBoy 154 with a 5' belly mower. If I were to sell it, what would be a good price? It's in excellent condition, and runs very good.
E DRYDEN wrote on Tuesday, August 01, 2000 (PDT):I OWN A 154 CUB LOWBOY WITH A MOD59 WOODS BELLY MOWER AND 5FT SNOW BLADE. WOULDNT TRADE FOR ANY OTHER MOWER. HOWEVER A LITTLE MORE POWER WOULDNT HURT ?
t tarbox wrote on Monday, July 17, 2000 (PDT): on my 50 cou loboy I have a belly mower,would it work better if I had an offset gear box and does that change gear ratio if so where are they
Scott Thomas wrote on Saturday, July 15, 2000 (PDT):I have a 67 cub lo-boy with a 5' belly mower under it. I have heard that you can get a sickle bar mower to fit these lo-boys. Anyone know anything about these? My local John Deere dealer keeps trying to get me to trade this tractor in on a new one! Not today tim! Thanks for your help!
Catfish wrote on Monday, June 26, 2000 (PDT):I have a '59 cub lowboy, am looking for a front mount snow blade or a belly mount blade.I,m located in eastern Pa.,but could travel for the right deal.Thanks
Gary wrote on Sunday, June 18, 2000 (PDT):I found a 1957 Lo-Boy in good condition (little restoration necessary), runs great with Woods belly mower, sickle bar, scraper blade and "quick release" mechanism for impliments. What would be a reasonable amount to pay?
R. L. Leonard wrote on Saturday, May 27, 2000 (PDT):I've got to replace the engine rear bearing seal on the engine of my lowboy. The original seal is a piece of rope that seems sort of primitive to me but I must admit that my other lowboy has operated for nearly five decades with no leaks. Nonetheless I ask if any one knows of a more modern aftermarket seal, (neoprene or similar), and where I could get one. Wpold be interested in buying a Mott flail mower with offset gear box to fit lo-boy Thanks R. L. Leonard
Jim Broughton wrote on Thursday, May 11, 2000 (PDT):To; Benjamin...Try Binder Books in Tigard,Oregon...Ph (503) 684-2024, they have manual reprints for Low-Boys and most ALL of their attachments/implements !! Good Luck !!
Rolland Jones wrote on Tuesday, April 18, 2000 (PDT):I have a Yellow and White Cub Low Boy, Serial #21504JHG-702 and am trying to find information about what year it is. Where is a good place to find information about the Cub Low Boy?
Rusty Carpenter wrote on Saturday, April 15, 2000 (PDT):Interested in purchasing a GOOD Farmall Super A with mower. Does anyone have one for sale? Thanks!
Jeff Pyzyk wrote on Friday, April 07, 2000 (PDT):I have an original sickle mower for a Cub LoBoy that I would like to sell. I live in the Milwaukee area. Jeff Pyzyk (414) 271-9890
Jim Broughton wrote on Friday, March 31, 2000 (PST):To; Geo. Beauchamp Your low-boy is a late 1959 or early 1960 per the serial number. Would need to see the sheet metal/grill to identify positively. Hope this helps
Don Mooree wrote on Saturday, March 18, 2000 (PST):I am looking for a gear box to reduce speed and to reverce directoin of PTO for a cub lo boy tractor 1955 to 1964
michael p wrote on Wednesday, March 15, 2000 (PST):have a lo-boy with stock c-60 motor,at when mowing in deep grass it tend to bog down a bit almost to where it wants to stall,would like to know if there is a way to "soup it up a bit " any body out there have any ideas??
mike wrote on Friday, March 10, 2000 (PST):need attachments for 60s lo boy
Wayne Fisher wrote on Friday, March 10, 2000 (PST): Yellow & white means it is an IH and not a Farmall; technically it's a truck. Although I've seen both labels on both colors and even sometimes combined. I've got a '64 IH low-boy. Also, have the 3 blade belly mower, 2-5'sickle mowers, a 4' snow blower (that I don't need) and I adapted a 3point set-up for a rear blade and a chipper/shredder. There were front end loaders made for these, would like to find one. Anybody need a snow blower?
Michael p wrote on Thursday, March 09, 2000 (PST):I see a lot of questions on the low -boy,but to my dismay,no answers,how come??
Ray Forsell wrote on Wednesday, March 01, 2000 (PST):I have a cub lowboy that has been in my family for at least 20 years. I am trying to find out exactly what year it was built, and any info that I can. I have been doing some research, cant get all the answers through the books that I have seen. The serial number is 22976 J, it is yellow and white, is the offset frame style with a hood that ends in a straight metal edge on the front, and an expanded metal grille on the front. It has round headlights sticking through the sides of the hood. It has an original model 54 snow blade, and a white belt driven 5 foot mower deck. I will be replacing the clutch this winter and want to make sure I get the right parts. Do any of you Low-Boy PHD's have any info? Thanks in advance. Ray Forsell Burllington, VT
Dwight Stoltzfus wrote on Saturday, January 29, 2000 (PST):I am looking Woods Belly Mower for a CLUB LO-BOY.Thanks
christopher clark wrote on Sunday, January 23, 2000 (PST):my 9 horsepower 59 lo-boy is smokin'!! with the new valve job($600)and rebuilt carb,she's good for another 40 years anyone wanna lock axles..??!
Shawn Gordon wrote on Monday, January 10, 2000 (PST):I have a 1955 lo-boy seial # 2305 ,and I read on yesterdays tractors that there was a three point attachment for my single point fast hitch. I was wanting to know where I could find one? also looking for attachments!
Gerald Beauchamp wrote on Sunday, January 09, 2000 (PST):Just bought a Cub Lo boy and would like to know the year it was built. The seial number is 6867. Also interested in buying attachments, if anyone out there has any.
Denny Nebgen wrote on Thursday, December 16, 1999 (PST):I have an opportunity to purchase acub lowboy, but I have some questions. The steering box is pretty loose; anyway to tighten it up? If not how available are replacement parts and what would something like a steering box cost? Also the owner told me it smokes after it's good and warmed up, could this be serious problem? Lastly, the pto grinds a little when you try to engage it, how hard to change and again can I find parts? Any help would be appreciated.
Rod wrote on Wednesday, December 01, 1999 (PST):I recently purchased a 154 Cub LoBoy. It is in pretty good shape but needs some TLC. Any words of advice, background, pictures, or comments would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Mike McCormick wrote on Tuesday, September 21, 1999 (PDT):I have what I believe is a 52 low boy that is all yellow. I have seen models that appear to be low boys that are yellow and white. Were there any yellow and white low boys produced? Any other information would be appreciated.
Ralph Lanni wrote on Sunday, September 19, 1999 (PDT):My 57 Lo-boy just started to exhibit stalling under load. Runs forever at idle. I have heard of other Lo-Boys exhibiting this problem, but this is a first for mine after 4 years. Can anyone give me any ideas as to where to look for the problem/fix? Thanks... -ralph
Ron Heuss wrote on Friday, September 17, 1999 (PDT):I have just finished restoring a 1972 Lo-Boy with a five foot mower. Great little tractor. There are not too many in the Central Texas area. It may be for sale if anyone is interested.
Kevin IN wrote on Thursday, September 16, 1999 (PDT):How much for the lo-boy and can I see a snap shot of it ?
Chris Bullard wrote on Wednesday, September 15, 1999 (PDT):I would like to know what year model my tractor is? Numbers on right side of tractor 851686-R2 L2X On left side 7*25*0 360719-R1
greg TN wrote on Thursday, August 26, 1999 (PDT):to GaryPA-where are you located and how much for the 57.
John Friebely wrote on Monday, August 23, 1999 (PDT):I have a 1955 LoBoy and I need some specs. on the stock motor. Anybody have any??
Robert AuCoin wrote on Wednesday, July 07, 1999 (PDT):Proud owner of 2 cub lo-boys, 1947, 1948 1948 still mowing 3 acres per week, with Woods 5' belly mower. Any have a 5' sickle mower?
Gary PA wrote on Friday, June 11, 1999 (PDT):I restored a 1957 Cub Low Boy with a 5' Woods belly finish mower. Nice tractor project and it mows very well. I bought a 1977 International 184 and now need to sell the 57.
nathan rannie wrote on Tuesday, May 25, 1999 (PDT):i'm looking for a pic of a Farmall super A tracotr. the seat is off set for cillender gas
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