The purpose of the workshop is to learn how the Cub works, how to maintain it, how to tell what's wrong with it and how to fix the things that go wrong with it or find someone who can. A good deal of hands-on learning is included, that is to say, people in the workshop will take things apart and put them back together. We've done this a few times now and it has been well received. Things you learn will be largely applicable to other older tractors as well.
The workshop consists of 3 sessions and will be held at Moraine Farm in Beverly. The sessions start at 2pm on 3 consecutive Saturdays for 3 hours each. The sessions start at 2pm on 3 consecutive Saturdays for 3 hours each. The dates are March 22nd, March 29th, and April 5th. The workshop is limited to 6 participants so that everyone has a chance to do hands on work. I am charging $150 per person for the whole thing and you must prepay to reserve a spot.
Participants will receive a free hand crank for their Cub!