think you started on the wrong end of the engine. did the engine knock at all? could be a rod bolt came loses or a bolt out of the pressure plate,i see it has a hyd pump on it [left side of engine] and the shaft could have broke and the gear is jamming the cam shaft. seeing you have most of the tractor apart i would pull the engine out and pull the pan if nothing check in the bell housing and at the hyd. pump on the left also your started nose cone could have broke and got in to the clutch housing
Re: 44 partial lock up with head pulled off in reply to marloweg, 02-17-2013 20:15:37
I purchased a 44 that was assumed locked up. Tried pulling it and tires drug as well. I pulled the start off and found some chips in the rear, found out a small piece was wedged between the flywheel and the bellhousing.
I would check that, if would be loose and hit hard in my case as well.
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