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International Cub Lo-Boy 1956
International Cub Lo-Boy, 1956
Model history
Model introduced 1955
Model discontinued 1968
Model status Discontinued
No. produced 25,507
Preceded by McCormick Farmall Cub
Superseded by International Cub 154 Lo-Boy
Engine Specification
Engine make International
Engine model C-60
Fuel type gasoline
Power hp 10 belt, 9 drawbar
Governed rpm 1800
Displacement cu in /(litre) 60 ci
No. of Cylinders 4
Bore in (mm) 2.625 in
Stroke in (mm) 2.75 in
Cooling system water
Naturally aspirated, Turbo or Supercharged NA
Transmission Details
Transmission type sliding gear
Gearbox make International
Forward 3
Reverse 1
Drive 2-WD
Linkage Category Unknown
Tyre Sizes (std/options)
Front 4.00-12 4-ply
Rear 8-24 4-ply (7-24 4-ply standard)
Tractor Dimensions
Length (inches/metres) 97 in
Width (inches/meters) 48 in
Height (inches/meters) 55 in
Weight (nominal) lb/kg 1580 lb
Turning circle (nominal) inches/meters 19 ft
Wheelbase 62 in
Other info
Factories Louisville Works, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Plow rating 1-12"
Nebraska Tests No. 575
Approximate Cost new in (year) $1675 (1962), $2100 (1968)
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For the Cub garden and utility tractor range, see Cub Cadet.
For the standard Cub, see Farmall Cub. (1947-64), International Cub (1964-1975), and International "New International Cub" (1975-1979)
For the Lo-Boy successors, see International Cub 154 Lo-Boy., International Cub 185 Lo-Boy, and International 184

The International Cub Lo-Boy was built by International Harvester from 1955 through 1958 at the Louisville Works, Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

Model HistoryEdit

For company history see

Main article: International Harvester

The Cub Lo-Boy was based on the standard Farmall Cub and used the same sheet metal and same central tube chassis. Rotating the rear axle housings and shortening the front axle extensions lowered the tractor 7 inches. The first Cub Lo-Boy style came in two variations. For agricultural uses the Lo-Boy was considered to be part of the Farmall row-crop tractor line. It came with an adjustable front axle and was named the McCormick Farmall Cub Lo-Boy. This version was discontinued in 1968 because of low demand for the adjustable front axle. For municipal and industrial uses the tractor was treated as part of the International standard/industrial line. This version came with a non-adjustable front axle and was named the International Cub Lo-Boy. The original Lo-Boy used the same horizontal and vertical bar grille as the standard Cub in 1955. In 1957 the grille and nameplate panels on the hood sides were painted white to match the larger "30/50-series" tractors. In mid-1958 a new rounded white screen grille with two horizontal bars vaguely resembled the grille of the new "40/60-series" tractors. In 1964 the Lo-Boy was restyled with a squared-off white mesh grille, with the rest of the tractor in red. Later that year the standard colour for the Lo-Boy changed to Federal Yellow, with Harvester Red as an option.


See infobox for basic details

Variations and Options Edit

  • Belt pulley/pto
  • Touch-Control hydraulics
  • Optional tires
    • Front: 4.00-15 4-ply 1967
    • Rear: 8-24 or 9-24 4-ply (9.5-24 4-ply 1965, 8.3-24 4-ply dual 1967)
  • Cub specific implements
  • Fast-Hitch


  • 1947 - Introduced as the McCormick Farmall Cub
  • 1955 - Low Boy Cub introduced in USA (lowered for stability in mowing applications)
  • 1955 - European version built in St. Dizier, France
  • 1958 - French built Super Cub with higher power introduced in place of Cub
  • 1964 - French built Super Cub discontinued, McCormick name dropped in favour of International Name in US
  • 1967 - Farmall name dropped
  • 1968 - "Cub 154 Lo-Boy" introduced
  • 1974 - "Cub 185 Lo-Boy" introduced
  • 1977 - "International 184" brought out
  • 1979 - Cub production ends after more than 322,000 built in US and more in other countries.

Serial Numbers Information Edit

Year Serial no. run
Serial no. run
Number Built -
1955 501 2554 2054 Calculated
1956 2555 3928 1374
1957 3929 6581 2653
1958 6582 10566 3985
1959 10567 12370 1804
1960 12371 13903 1533
1961 13904 15505 1602
1962 15506 16439 934
1963 16440 17927 1488
1964 17928 19405 1478
1965 19406 21175 1770
1966 21176 23114 1939
1967 23115 24480 1366
1968 24481 26007 1527
Total built 25507


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See alsoEdit


  1. 1.0 1.1 Updike, K., Farmall Cub & Cub Cadet, MBI, 2002, ISBN 0-7603-1079-3
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