It drives and pto and hydraulics work fine. Good or bad things I should know about? I'm 99% sure I have an extra pulley for a Woods mower that goes on the A belt pulley. It only needs to keep the clutch from falling off while you are installing it. Easy enough to put on. Frees up tractor for other options. Been sitting for a while. We have the parts you need to repair your tractor.
Starting out it didn't have enough power and the engine had to be bored out. They do a nice job of mowing though. I believe its probably the original paint. It will just sit there and make ratcheting noises. Then you have to have or make the correct linkage etc to mount it. I would recommend the full-monty carb cleaning as that was my biggest problem.
The one in the pictures is just sitting on it and no good. When I dumped out the old gas I used it to clean pipe from air cleaner to carb as well as flush out the screen in the air cleaner. I haven't checked spark yet or firing order. But see your post and will try to help you. If you already checked there, and they say parts aren't available, then you have your answer already.
We have a couple old woods mowers made for the Super A tractors. Bought it for a project but dont have time. A very beautiful Monday here in East Texas, all warm and sunny. Mowing tall grass you will have trouble with unless you take little bits a time. It comes with the rear mounting bar and pulley's. I have a 41 B Farmall, and if it had the lift on it, the cub would be history.
One of my cubs came with a belly mower which works like a champ yet I don't need it but do need some information about it. My grandpa just set a 48 cub up with a belly mower last year. Most prices for parts and manuals are below our competitors. The hole should be there, filled with a soft plug. None of these trademark holders are affiliated with Yesterday's Tractor Co.
I ended up mowing my yard with it and although it is not green I still enjoyed the ride. The 42C is for the Cub and the 42A fits the Farmall A. The mower that is on his tractor has a rear discharge shute made into the deck. Might as well get you one that will work rather than trying to make one work that isn't meant for it. Woods would have only one long belt, the Danco uses 3.
The only bad thing is when you hit the clutch to shift to reverse, your mower stops but it hasn't really bugged anybody to death yet. The belts are a bit worn, but are not over tensioned either. Janicholson Tractor Guru Joined: 30 Jan 2004 Posts: 30314 Location: St. I have a L59 for a Super A spotted close by. John Deere and its logos are the registered trademarks of the John Deere Corporation.
Have you cleaned the air cleaner and dumped the water and mud it had in it and put in fresh oil?? A compression check may be in order. I have seen cubs with single blade mowers on them. I'm 99% sure I have an extra pulley for a Woods mower that goes on the A belt pulley. I would like to put a mower on it but I have a few questions. The farmall cub only had like 9 or 13 horsepower or something along those lines, so you have to take it easy when you start your mower and the grass can't get really tall. Mine had sat in the barn for about 20 years. I have no idea how to do that.