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ford 4400 log hog

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06-08-2012 10:41:52

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Im tryin to find info on the ford 4400 log hog tractor. Mainly the cylinder packings. Blowed out rear cylinder packing.

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08-19-2012 09:16:39

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 Re: ford 4400 log hog in reply to dieselfreak, 06-08-2012 10:41:52  
i have a log hog bad engine no wheels/tires or blade every thing else there $1,250.00 u come get

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Sean in PA

06-10-2012 15:29:53

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 Re: ford 4400 log hog in reply to dieselfreak, 06-08-2012 10:41:52  
That cylinder would probably not be a Ford part then. Probably best to take the cylinder off and down to your local hydraulics shop.

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Sean in PA

06-08-2012 11:05:59

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 Re: ford 4400 log hog in reply to dieselfreak, 06-08-2012 10:41:52  
Ford 4400 is a tractor model.

A Log Hog is an attachment. I don't know if Ford ever made or sold a Log Hog with their own brand name on it. Post some pictures and someone might be able to figure out what you've got.

If the Log Hog has its own hydraulic cylinder, then it's probably best to just remove it and take it to a local hydraulic shop and get them to repair/rebuild it. If the Log Hog uses the tractor's 3 point hydraulics to lift the logs, then you can buy a top cover repair kit from this web site. I believe that it comes with the o-rings for the lift cylinder.

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06-10-2012 10:57:37

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 Re: ford 4400 log hog in reply to Sean in PA, 06-08-2012 11:05:59  
the tractor is a ford 4400. It was upfitted by the dunham log hog company out of minden Louisiana. It is orange with an entire cage and push blade on the front and 2 hydraulic grabs on the back. tractor has no 3 point lift or rear pto.

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