THE FARMALL CUB ENCYCLOPEDIA, THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO MODELS
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Tractor repair expert Rachel Gingell and long-time author Kenneth Updike bring you this essential guide packed with everything you need to buy, repair, and use your very own Farmall Cub. From buyer's tips, to step-by-step repair instructions, to in-depth engineering history, the book is a comprehensive manual for any self-starter, at-home historian, or backyard farmer
America’s favorite small farm tractor is retrieved from the shed and shined up for duty in this essential guide by tractor repair expert Rachel Gingell and long-time writer Kenneth Updike. The Farmall Cub Encyclopedia is a comprehensive manual for any self-starter, at-home historian, or backyard farmer. Providing step-by-step instruction for maintenance and repair from oil changes to charging system snags, as well as user tips and a buyer’s checklist, the Farmall Cub Encyclopedia will give you the confidence and know-how to buy, repair, and use your very own Farmall Cub. With instructional photographs, vintage advertisements, and contemporary images, this illustrated companion is at home on both the workshop bench and the living room coffee table. The book also includes an in-depth history of all models and a vast list of implements to adapt your tractor to any need, making it both an introduction and an authoritative resource for the novice and experienced tractor owner alike.
Great book! So far it's helped me with 2 maintenance problems and given me good background on the manufacturing of the cub. This is a very good reference and cross reference with plenty of photographs to help explain.
Great book! Must have for Farmall owners.
I have a 48 cub with a sickle bar mower, plow, tandem disc, cultivator and blade. I read the book right away and enjoyed learning more about the cubs and all the equipment that was available for them. The book was easy to read and enjoyed all the pictures.
We have a 1948 Farmall Cub and use it to cultivate vegetables. It has been great to read more in the "encyclopedia" about the production of these tractors and the changes IH made over the years to respond to farming conditions. I enjoy the book and I am glad I bought it.
Love this book. Full of amazing pictures and design sketches. I have spent lots of time reading about the different tractors. Wish they had a book on the international plows that fit the different tractors