An N Ford is likely mor4e useful in some respects, what with the 3PT hitch and all. Implements would be easier to find for 3 PT than the mounted implements for a Cub, but Cub implements aren't too bad, except for a few pieces. Kinda depends, which do you like better, is it going to be for serious work or play, you are really the only one who can decide. I know of one member who will be a strong advocate of the Cub, and can think of another one or 2 that will defend the Ns.
just light mowing, and snow pushing?? I am a N guy, but I would go with the Cub. The N is kinda heavy for normal lawn mowing, and maybe a bit big, and wile a rear blade would do the job, a front blade is easyer, but mine had one, and it runened a good tractor. Hard to steer, no traction etc. I would have to say Cub it. BUT!! if you had anyplans for any other tractor work, I would nod to the N. Just easyer to get attachments for with the 3ph, and more HP.
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