Nice, I will definitely be following this. I'm excited to see how this will look when it's finished. I love these ol Cub Original's. Are you planning on adding fenders to it?
Agree, the tractor has to speak to me before I make the decision to restore them. Some are better left as survivors.I typically leave my tractors as survivors if the paint's pretty good and they're not too rusty, but I think this one will look better as a full restoration.
I've been looking for fenders and lights for a while now without breaking the bank. I find if you look long enough, something comes your way.Nice, I will definitely be following this. I'm excited to see how this will look when it's finished. I love these ol Cub Original's. Are you planning on adding fenders to it?
Yea, I have a JD 314, a 316 as grass cutters and a sears SS12 with a sickle bar that work for a living, rebuilt but kept as survivers.Agree, the tractor has to speak to me before I make the decision to restore them. Some are better left as survivors.
Looking forward to seeing your transformation.
That's the plan. I often leave assemblies together for blasting if I know I'm disassembling for inspection/repair later. Less small parts to blast that way. You're correct, basting media gets everywhere, if you don't get it all, you're inviting future problems. Thanks for looking out for me.Nice work!
I see that you sand blasted the Ross box. It would be a good idea to disassemble that and clean the inside of it. Sand gets every where and those steering boxes are not sealed well.
I usually see all the snow I need during Pa. deer season. I don't really care for it here in south jersey. Nice to look at, but we have horrible drivers here!You're getting right after that! All that bright yellow is going to inspire the dandelions to come out.
It's winter, where's your snow!?!