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Re: What is a 44-6

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10-24-2012 17:33:34

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Thanks Ray---is it a 4 or 6 cylinder engine ??

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10-25-2012 03:27:36

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 Re: What is a 44-6 in reply to lenray, 10-24-2012 17:33:34  
this is funny because i'm looking at the same model tractors right now. The 444 had a Massey Harris 4 cyl engine, live pto and hyd along with a 10 speed trans. The 44-6 had five speed trans no live pto or live hyd, and had a six cyl flat head (226 cubic inch) continental engine. they do sound great. I was told that the engine in the 444 (277cubic inch?) was also built by continental. I tring to decide which one to get!

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Bob N.Y.

10-26-2012 16:51:59

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 Re: What is a 44-6 in reply to tractonutjd, 10-25-2012 03:27:36  
To be precise, the 444 gas is a Continental H-277 and the diesel is a Continental HD-277.

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David G

10-25-2012 07:29:50

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 Re: What is a 44-6 in reply to tractonutjd, 10-25-2012 03:27:36  
I thought the 6 was built by Chrysler

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10-25-2012 07:45:12

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 Re: What is a 44-6 in reply to David G, 10-25-2012 07:29:50  
101 and 101 Super were made by Chysler, the 101 and 102 Senior made by Continental.

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10-25-2012 16:57:44

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 Re: What is a 44-6 in reply to Dave_Id, 10-25-2012 07:45:12  
Well you are kinda right.The 101 super was a Crysler engine and the 101 senior was a continental.

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10-25-2012 06:48:45

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 Re: What is a 44-6 in reply to tractonutjd, 10-25-2012 03:27:36  
get the 444 they are hard to find and pricey when u do.

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10-25-2012 06:33:11

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 Re: What is a 44-6 in reply to tractonutjd, 10-25-2012 03:27:36  
It's a no-.brainer.. the 444 before a 44-6 any day

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