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(2/26/2013 1:13:54 PM)
RE:Wallis Cub Photograph Dated 1912
Very interesting to read the figures!! hard to believe you put on that many miles just plowing a field but if you think about it the amount of land that the small 10-12 inch bottoms are actually covrering you get more done with a push mower mowing your lawn.
As long as we are back on the subject of the Cubs, here is something I was going to bring up some time back but it got put on the back burner.
I was always curious as to why most Cubs you see have the quick hitch on them, I always thought it was for plowing or field work. Turns out it was for Threshing, Who would have ever guesed that?? Not me!!!
Here is an ad I found for the Buller Coupler and also an article put out by the Hillsboro Star Journal June 17th 2009 wich I find very interesting.
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