I have been told by more than one farmer that a 95 will 'smoke' a 4400.I also am thinking that the 3300 replaced the 45;4400-55;6600-95;105-7700?One of my neighbors bought a 4400 to replace a 95.It will not do as much work as his old 95.My 'new'95 will outrun it,too.And yes the 4400 is a nightmare to work on.We counted belts,4400 uses something like 40+ belts.95,less than 12.I think I would rather have a wornout 95 than a new 4400!BTW,I am thinking I am going to sell BOTH the 105s.Just come to CO and get one-or both!Steve
Re: Thinking about the 95 and what it did in reply to DeltaRed, 11-13-2012 17:46:25
I am with you Steve! Here is a few pictures of diffrent cylinder bars used in diffrent JD and others and there sizes. I still think the 95 was replaced by the 6600 and not the 4400. The 95 bars are between the 4400 and 6600 bars. You deside. Bandit
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