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friend of mine has 2 farmall cubs one has a complete set of cultivators the other i think jsut the fronts. neither tractor runs but could use both tractors to make one very good one or with a little time and a little money have two good running tractors. he said he would sell them both for 900$ and im seriously considering it. just wondering what a set of cultivators for one of these generally runs? and does everyone agree that this sounds like a pretty good deal? thanks
 

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Sounds like a good deal to me!! I sold a set of clutivators off of my Cub for $400. Thing is, these had never been mounted on a tractor before, still had factory paint. (Long Drawn out story)
 

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well ok i think im gonna go get them my thoughts are to have one for work around the house and see what kinda shape the metal is on both tractors and put all the worser conditioned metal on the work one and restore the other.
 

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raymonddurban said:
Sounds like a good deal to me, especially if both are in good physical shape (not all beat up).

For a set of Cub cultivators (front and back tool bars with standards and clamps) I'd say around $250+
$400+ if it includes the UMF (universal mounting frame) and rear rockshaft.
The price on the tractors sound like a good deal and I Agree with raymonddurban's price on the cultivators.
I have a few cubs and have 2 sets of full cultivators. My thinking was to sell a set and keep a set. I'm glad I didn't. The tool bars interchange and I have different setups for different cultivation applications and it's easy to switch them between the tractors. If you have no use for them it's probably best to sell them spring or early summer when most people are looking for them.

Kirk
 
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