What is the horsepower of a Farmall Cub?
|Farmall Cub Power|
|Drawbar (claimed):||10 hp 7.5 kW|
|PTO (claimed):||11 hp 8.2 kW|
|Belt (claimed):||9.76 hp 7.3 kW|
|Plows:||1 (12 inch)|
Is International Harvester the same as Farmall?
Farmall was a model name and later a brand name for tractors manufactured by the American company International Harvester (IH). The Farmall name was usually presented as McCormick-Deering Farmall and later McCormick Farmall in the evolving brand architecture of IH. Farmalls were general-purpose tractors.
What engine is in a Farmall Cub?
Farmall Cub Engine
|International Harvester C60|
|Displacement:||59.5 ci 1.0 L|
|Bore/Stroke:||2.625×2.75 inches 67 x 70 mm|
How much did a Farmall Cub cost new?
First ones were around $600.
What year is Farmall Cub?
To me, the most versatile, useful, practical farm machine ever made was the Farmall Cub. Introduced in 1947 to replace horses and mules on small farms, about 245,000 Cubs were produced from 1947 until 1979.
How do I tell what year my Farmall Cub is?
The key to the year that a Farmall Cub was manufactured is the serial number on each tractor. Find the serial number identification plate. This is a small aluminum plate easily visible near the front of the tractor engine on the right side near the gear housing.
How do you date a Farmall Cub?
The key to the year that a Farmall Cub was manufactured is the serial number on each tractor. Find the serial number identification plate. This is a small aluminum plate easily visible near the front of the tractor engine on the right side near the gear housing. The original plate is about 3 inches by 4 inches.
How many Farmall Cubs were built?
Farmall made 224,203 Cubs between 1947 and 1964; they became International Cubs in 1964. In total, over 245,000 Cubs were manufactured between 1947 and 1981. By units produced, it is the most popular small tractor in history.
Does Farmall Cub have PTO?
The rear PTO of a Cub is usable with only Cub specific implements. The PTO spins at engine speed (1600+) and is counter-clockwise, compared to 540 and clockwise for most other tractors. So, if you get Cub implements, it’s more than usable even with the offset.