I would also agree go with the 66 over the 44. Go diesel, we have all gear drives and have had no problems with the drive variables, so unless your going to get a 20 series, I would stay away from the hydros. Our 6600's with the 359 diesel engines are real cheap on fuel and start real good in cold weather. We ran a 4400 gas years ago, the 6600 will run circles around it,especially in a heavy crop. 7700's are getting about as cheap as the 6600s in our area also, but like others stated go with the later models with the rotary screens.
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