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Re: What's the difference between a (6466) and (6076) engine

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TX JIM , I have a few qeustions for you , and seem like the guy that would know . I have compared a 4450 to a 4455 and I noticed that the 4450 has an aneroid and the 4455 doesnt. The 55 has a sensor going to the intake manifold . Is the 6076 electronic injection ? Which water pump drive do you think was better ? What kind of water pump drive is in the 8.1L that replaced the 466 ?

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02-07-2013 04:46:06

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 Re: What's the difference between a (6466) and (6076) engine in reply to 4020guru, 02-06-2013 17:22:08  
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Easy on the questions. I'm an old timer and they're some "young guns" on this forum that are more up to date than I am. I can tell you for sure my 4255 isn't electronically fuel controlled but it is very good on fuel usage. It has 10,500+ hrs on it without an OH and will rd bale hay using a little over 3 GPH of fuel. My 4255 will crank in freezing weather without the aid of ether or coolant heater(no electricity in the tractor shed). I've owned the 4255 for 20 yrs. I just put the second waterpump on my 4255 @ 10,125 hrs

I know the 55 series with the 6076 engines are some of the best tractors to have the JD logo put on them!!!!!!!

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