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|Richard Sanders||(This is my second send of this email. I posted on the "general" by mistake.)
Just purchased my first IH. It's a standard Cub (not a Lo-Boy), but the ID tag is missing.
All of the castings are marked "F", (1960).
How do I know what manual to purchase if I don't know the exact year, or do these manuals cover years?
Also, I've noticed that there are many options as far as colors, equipment, and assessories; but little is written about the differences in engines or transmissions in the Cubs. Can I assume that they all early 60's models have the same engine?
It needs an exhaust manifold, and I don't want to buy the wrong one.
|John M||They are all the same.Might want to keep an eye out on ebay.I picked one up pretty cheap last week.