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7772Re: [IH CUB LoBoy Series] 154, 184 or 185 - which one do I have?

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  • Art Pietscher
    Oct 4, 2005
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      my nickles worth and the way I try to explain the difference....
      the cub was built as a very small tractor...  smaller than the Farmall A or C (but similar setup)...
      The lo-boys (154, 184, 185) although using the same engine, were built primarily as a large lawn mowing machine / garden tractor, not a agricultural tractor...
      Just my view....
      Art Pietscher
      La Salle Michigan
      currently using and restoring
      Lo-boy 154, Cub Cadet 128,  Allis Chalmers WD-45.
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      Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2005 9:47 AM
      Subject: Re: [IH CUB LoBoy Series] 154, 184 or 185 - which one do I have?

      mike, didn't mean  to offend anybody. after owning 27 cubs, 5 regular lo-boys, 3 154, 2 185, and a 184, i have come to find out in trying to explain to some people it is easy to say it is a plain old cub lo-boy. but nothing is plain about them, they are a very good tractor. i would buy one to day if i could find one at a good price. 

      Mike Sloane <mikesloane@...> wrote:
      Hey, Jeff, I resent that - it isn't "plain". :-) But you are right, it
      is a Farmall Cub Lo-Boy. The only things it has in common with the
      International (numbered) LoBoys is the engine and drive train.

      Images of mine at:




      jeff potts wrote:
      > kim, you have a regular cub lo-boy. it is not a 154, 185 or 184. it is
      > just a plain cub lo-boy.
      > */Kim Gardner <keg99@...>/* wrote:
      >     I recently purchased a Lo-Boy and am trying to figure out if I have
      >     a 154, 184 or 185 - or none of the above.  It is a 1966 with a
      >     serial number - 21584.  Appreciate any info.
      >     KEG

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