Yes I do think they are near bullet proof, but these are all High hour machines,,and the 44's have the pump screw cranked in,, the PS 44 is a very low(4 digit)serial #, the torsion dampener (dry clutch) was worn bad, that seems to be where the slippage was , I'm going to service the front clutches and the pump while I'm in there, the other 4440 has a trans noise on the "pull" side, I think it's the rear bottom shaft bearing,, it still shifts nice, and stays in gear , I have seen that bearing race kinda 'shell off' before.It is odd to have several 40 series in here, it's like they caught a virus or something :^(,,but when I look at the draw bars I see that they have been on the front line for a long time...
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