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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.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 38 reviews
    Linda C.
    Farmall fan

    I'm 76 yrs old and farmed with Farmall's as a kid. I have owned a Farmall A and now own a Cub.

    Frank T.
    Cub electrical issues

    This book, especially one of the final chapters, dealing with electronics, was very helpful, as I am trying to figure out the challenging issues with my Farmall cub. Now I know specifically the steps I need to take to test the generator, the voltage, regulator, and the ammeter

    Thank you for taking the time to leave a review for 'THE FARMALL CUB ENCYCLOPEDIA'. We're glad to hear that the book was helpful in addressing your electrical issues with your Farmall cub. We hope that the specific steps provided in the final chapter will guide you in successfully testing the generator, voltage, regulator, and ammeter. Thank you for choosing our product and appreciate your business,

    Tracy F.
    Farmall Cub Encyclopedia

    My Husband was thrilled. He hasn't stopped reading it.

    Jim E.
    Farmall Cub

    Really a big help