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Re: 444 Smoking

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06-28-2013 07:03:52

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OK, Update. Carefully took the Skin off the Tractor and found 6 cuts/repairs in the negative wire and 5 in the positive wire. The only excuse I could come up with, is lazy repairs. Properly repaired all the wires and started right up. But through this endeavor I have discovered the absence of 444 parts, if anyone knows of any good places for 444 parts please attach the link or web address. I have tried the "major" parts places and even International "dealers" and it is sad at the lack of 444 parts. Thanks to all. Jerry

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06-28-2013 07:34:55

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 Re: 444 Smoking in reply to Jtucker, 06-28-2013 07:03:52  
There were only 11856 made (according to serial # list to the left). This makes it a rare tractor with little incentive to make replacement parts, Many components are also used on other tractors, and can be traced by serial #. Best of luck, Jim

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06-28-2013 13:34:04

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 Re: 444 Smoking in reply to Janicholson, 06-28-2013 07:34:55  
Thanks Jim for the info. I can truly believe the amount produced as I am having a booger of a time just to even find what little info I can. The best shop manual I could find/bought has very little info in ref to the 444. But I am still on the search.

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