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Old 04-17-2020, 07:46 PM
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Thanks guys. As I said it is really handy. The wife and I use it all of the time to move and lift things. It is really a back saver for us.
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New here. Really great work!
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Old 09-28-2020, 08:53 AM
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Old 09-28-2020, 09:19 AM
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Default Just how handy is a Loader Cub?

I needed to load a transmission rear end assy from a F-20 Farmall on a trailer. Went to the barn to get out the Farmall M with a loader. Flat tire so that was out. I then decided to see if the loader cub could pick it up. No problem. The loader cub is probably the handiest cub I have. It gets used almost daily by the wife or I for chores around the house and shop.

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Nice job. Currently I am in the process of copying you as your conversion is serving as a perfect “how to” guide. I will end up
painting mine red. It s an 1882. Will finish in IH Red/white/black. Thanks again for the info and inspiration. I’ll post a new thread as I make progress this weekend.
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Nice job. Currently I am in the process of copying you as your conversion is serving as a perfect “how to” guide. I will end up
painting mine red. It s an 1882. Will finish in IH Red/white/black. Thanks again for the info and inspiration. I’ll post a new thread as I make progress this weekend.
Thank you for the compliment. It was something I have wanted to do for quite some time. The best comfort and convenience features of the MTD built cubs combined with the good looks of the 82 series IH built machines. This one is a franken tractor as it has parts from many scrapped out cubs but with the loader it is extremely handy around here. I have the parts collected to change the dash tower in my Custom 2882 mower tractor in my avatar picture so it will have the tilt steering also. Might also change over the 782 to the cyclops rear fenders and dash tower. I really wish MTD had built the Cyclops series with the 82 series Sheetmetal instead of plastic.
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Really like the light bar idea, for head light.
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Old 08-30-2021, 08:42 AM
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This is by far the best looking Cyclops Cub I've ever seen. Very cool project and end result.
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I got busy and just neglected to post some pictures. The tractor is mostly finished. I need to do some repairs to the loader frame and paint it. It really works great. Here are some pictures.

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