International Harvester Cub Lo-Boy


International Harvester Cub Lo-Boy tractor photo
1955 - 1968
Utility tractor
Production
Manufacturer:International Harvester
Type: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.
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)
International Harvester Cub Lo-Boy Engine
International Harvester 1.0L 4-cyl gasoline
Fuel tank:7.5 gal
28.4 L
Engine details ...
Mechanical
Chassis:4x2 2WD
Final drives:bull gear
Steering:manual
Cab:Open operator station.
Transmission:3-speed sliding gear
Transmission details ...
Hydraulics
Type:open center
Pressure:1200 psi
82.7 bar
Pump flow:2.8 gpm
10.6 lpm
Tractor hitch
Type:IH Fast Hitch*Optional
Power Take-off (PTO)
Rear PTO:independent
Rear RPM:1600-1800 (counter-clockwise)
Dimensions & Tires
Wheelbase:62 inches
157 cm
Weight:1620 lbs
734 kg
Front tire:4.00-12
Rear tire:8.3-24
Full dimensions and tires ...
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

how to read serial numbers...

Links
FarmallCub.com: Information, photos, and a message board
ATIS Cub FAQ: Information on the Cub
McCormick-Deering Farmall Cub:
Electrical
Ground:positive (early)
 negative (late)
Battery volts:6 (early)
 12 (late)
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