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McCormick Farmall Cub Tractor Operator Maintenance Manual

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The Complete Operation & Maintenance Manual for McCormick Farmall Cub Tractors

Original manual covers complete maintenance, operation, setup, and minor servicing & repair, adjustments, and specifications 78-pages. Dated 8/1975

This manual rich in quality and clarity, pages are very clear & clean, pictures are rich with detail, alot of information in a very hard to find original operators maintenance manual. Your opportunity to own a piece of history.

Contents:

Delivery Registration
Contents
Introduction
Instruments and Controls
Before Operating The Tractor
Preparing For Each Days Work
Gasoline Engine
Gasoline Fuel System
Driving The Tractor
Touch Control System
Fast Hitch
Hitching Trailing Equipment to the Tractor
Belt Pulley and Power Take Off
Cooling System
Air Cleaning System
Electrical System
Minor Engine Service Operations
Front Wheels
Rear Wheels
Weights
Pneumatic Tires
Brakes
Clutch
Storing the Tractor
Cold Weather Precautions
Troubleshooting
Lubrication
Lubrication Table
Lubrication Guide
Preventative Maintenance Guide
Specifications
Extra Equipment & Accessories
Index

This is just like the paper manual made for these McCormick Farmall Cub Tractors; the only difference is this one is not paper, and doesn't need to be shipped. You get it right away! Zoom it, print it, save it, close it. Print a few pages at a time, as you need; no need to lug that bulky binder around anymore! No need to worry about stained, torn or missing pages.

Once you buy the manual, you will immediately get a link in email, then just go view it, print it, and save it for use later on. Viewed in popular Adobe PDF format, which most computers have already. To download the free viewer go to www.adobe.com.



About McCormick

Cyrus Hall McCormick. At the age of 22, in July of 1831, he demonstrated an odd looking contraption to a few friends and several farmers. It was one of the worlds first steps towards mechanized agriculture.

Three years later, in 1834, McCormick patented his invention. With the McCormick Reaper, a single farmer could harvest 10 acres of wheat in one day. It took another 6 years before he sold his first reaper. In 1842 McCormick sold 29 of his new, improved model. A year later he sold 50 more. In 1847, McCormick moved his operation to Chicago and started a full-fledged factory.

The next 30 years saw the McCormick Company prosper. Then, in 1857, McCormick faced its first major setback. The Great Chicago Fire, which engulfed more than 15,000 buildings and left 94,000 people homeless, destroyed the factory.

In 1902, McCormick met with his primary competitor William Deering. On August 16th American agriculture took its next leap and the International Harvester Company (IHC) was born. Between 1909 and 1914 IHC produced two basic 20 hp farm tractors. McCormick deals sold them as the Mogul and Deering dealer sold them as the Titan.

However, it was during these price wars that IHC researched and developed a new tractor. It was a unique design: It had a high rear-axle clearance, front wheels placed close together, adjustable rear wheel tread, power take-off, and provision for a front mounted two row cultivator. These became landmark features of this design. The tractor was powered by a four cylinder engine, producing 9-18 hp. What's more, it sold for only $950. An added option was a set of fenders, for $15. In 1924 IH introduced the new FARMALL.

In the 1920's IHC was hit by perhaps its greatest challenge. Henry Ford introduced the Fordson tractor. At less than half of what a farmer might pay for a Titan or a Mogul, he could own a Fordson. This resulted in dramatic price wars and forced IHC dealers to cut their prices by some $700.00 to stay in business. And, these prices included a two bottom Little Genius Plow.

Production of the new and exciting FARMALL grew from 200 in 1924 to more than 100,000 in 1930. With the development of the F-14, F-20, F-30, International Harvester Company became the undisputed leader in the powerful struggle to make our nation's agriculture second to none.


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