Save up to 70% with rebuilt and used parts compared to dealer new part pricing. Not trying to beat you up, but the market for these things just isn't what it used to be. I think Gary nailed it. Dan I like the red color on the 184, not that yellow was bad but it does make it look better. Thanks, Ethan That is way high. I have the owners manual and shop manual but would like a parts manual.
We had some with both 30km and 40km transmissions. Also note the correct grill which is the same as your photo above. Write about your own experiences with the use or the experience of friends. Especially when it comes to issues and repairs it's important to include as many images as possible to help our members diagnose your issue. We are focused on meeting all your restoration needs while offering value and quality with every tractor part we deliver. We strive to not only offer the best selection of affordably priced tractor restoration parts, but to preserve the American agricultural heritage by helping you keep your old tractors running.
The 184's are good tractors in the numbered series lowboys. The engines would run forever and would do an amazing amount of work for a 15 hp. Only registered users and moderators may post messages here. I would drop the asking price to around the 2800 mark, and I bet it would sell for between 1500-2500. Hi all, I'm new to these forums, and to tractors in general, but I'm taking a crash course.
Now when I press the clutch pedal down I get full stop on the shaft and to first gear I go. The weak link with these tractors is the pto clutch assembly drive shaft and drive belt hub pulleys which inevitably develop play at the shaft key way and the drive belt hub. I don't see a knob for a creeper option. E-mail us at Last Days Would you buy 154 or 184 184, every day of the week and twice on Sunday. I don't know anything about tractors, but I do have a folder with some documentation and specifications, so hopefully I can answer any questions that might be relevant to the tractor's value. I agree with 56Fordguy, the draw is the attachments, particularly if they match the tractor.
The change came about because of the problem of keeping front crank pulleys from becoming loose and cutting off keyways and damaging the crankshaft. Information published in this catalog specifications and parameters of agricultural machinery i. Im new to lo-boys tractors and figuered I could get some help here. . Writing review of the International Harvester Cub 184 Lo-Boy tractor write another of its pros and cons. Use this handy list to help you determine which machine you have. The company had a number of early tractor models.
Browse our site and you will find everything from tractor seats, , , , , , , steering wheels to , and. Not real good for anything else but you can run a snow blade or snow blower with one if you have need for that. A much better unit than a 1494. Local cemetary has a 184 hooked to a running gear with a 500 gal. It is a 154 lo boy, first run of the numbered series. Be as it uses during the harvest and typical field work.
Glad you enjoyed the manual server! Our inventory of International Cub 184 tractor parts is always changing. So please bear with me as I will figure it out soon enuff. It is a resource and a community of people who refuse to let our agricultural heritage disappear. There is one for sale locally, I want something a little heavier than my Cub and want a 3pt. Plus, all of our new, rebuilt and used parts come with our 1-year warranty. I have limited experience in this particular forum so I also added it in the Cub forum where I always get good responses. Write your review on the purchase price of the International Harvester Cub 184 Lo-Boy tractor and the costs associated with its use, and servicing.
I am looking to buy a 184 and would like to get in touch with other owners of these machines. The original forum that you posted to is primarily for Cub, Cub Lo-Boy and Numbered Series Cubs. My 782 is very nearly unconfuguliated have chance to buy a 154 with creeper or a 184. Sorry to not be more specific, but a big part of used tractor prices depends on location and condition. Might get away with rubbing the paint down and some wax to make it look pretty, and welcome to the forum! The tractors were virtually the same except for clutches, on 154 and 185 were mounted on front shaft of transmission input shaft but 184 had them mounted on engine flywheel. Had to push in the clutch and wait a few seconds to wait the the clutch assembly to stop spinning, otherwise you would grind the gears trying to shift. You won't be able to find the serial number tag on that tractor.
I got a lot of info and here is a link to what I learned: Your's looks pretty good! Assuming all the attachments are in fair condition and the tractor's engine is not stuck, a more realistic asking price is probably about half of what you have there, and the selling price may be a couple of hundred less. I would think the creeper would make the 154 more valuable than the 184, but others may have a different opinion. The data and specs presented are for informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer. I have checked E-bay Thanks Mark. . They don't have the collector interest that they once did, and while they are fun old machines, they're not the most practical in today's world.