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    International Harvester Cub Lo-Boy

    International Harvester Cub Lo-Boy tractor photo
    1955 - 1968
    Utility tractor

    The Cub Lo-Boy is very similar to the standard Cub. The Lo-Boy using shorter front end spindles and rotating the final drive made the Lo-Boy about 8 inches shorter than the standard Cub. Both the standard Cub and the Lo-Boy had the IH "Cultivision" offset engine and steering.


    Manufacturer:International Harvester
    Original price (USD):$4,000 (1979)

    International Harvester Cub Lo-Boy Engine:

       International Harvester 1.0L 4-cyl gasoline
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    Fuel:7.5 gal [28.4 L]

    Rear Hitch:

    Type:IH Fast Hitch (optional)

    Power Take-off (PTO):

    Rear PTO:independent
    Rear RPM:1600-1800 (counter-clockwise)

    Dimensions & Tires:

    Wheelbase:69.25 inches [175 cm]
    Weight:1620 lbs [734 kg]
    Front tire:4.00-12
    Rear tire:8-24
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    Cub Lo-Boy Serial Numbers:

    Location:Steering gear housing on right side
    photo of Cub Lo-Boy serial number

    1955: 501
    1956: 2555
    1957: 3929
    1958: 6582
    1959: 10567
    1960: 12371
    1961: 13904
    1962: 15506
    1963: 16440
    1964: 17927
    1965: 19406
    1966: 21176
    1967: 23115
    1968: 24481
    Final: 26007

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    Links: Information, photos, and a message board
    ATIS Cub FAQ: Information on the Cub
    McCormick-Deering Farmall Cub:

    International Harvester Cub Lo-Boy Power:

    Drawbar (claimed):10 hp [7.5 kW]
    PTO (claimed):11 hp [8.2 kW]
    Belt (claimed):9.76 hp [7.3 kW]
    Plows:1 (12 inch)


    Chassis:4x2 2WD
    Cab:Open operator station.

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