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Re: M-H 555 rpm?

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bruce colbourne

02-12-2013 08:57:13
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The engine is set to the same specs as the 55.Full throttle no load is 1510 to 1520 rpm.Full throttle full load is 1350 rpm.The 555 is the same as the 55 except for the paint scheme.The paint colors and chrome was updated to match the 333 and 444.For any mechanical spec's you need just refer to a 55 manual.




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02-12-2013 15:44:09
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 Re: M-H 555 rpm? in reply to bruce colbourne, 02-12-2013 08:57:13  
I noticed it latelly, but also the hood is not the same.

The cut on the side panel is higher on the 44 and 55.

The 3 letters series get higher side panels, like the 44-6 and the 30 did.

The 555 has also a bearing ball with a cast bracket to hold the rear of the front axle. What the 55 got is not serious. Another major seeable difference is the hydraulic system commands, and different hydraulic pump and reservoir. The 555 Diesel get also a more modern manifold heater, but they remove the Diesel primer. I don't think it is possible to find parts for the coil heater of the 55.

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