44 Special (1953-1955)

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The 44 Special offered a bored-out gasoline engine which increased the displacement over the 44. The 44 Special was aviable in standard, row-crop, cane, and rice configurations. It was also avialbe with the options of diesel, distillate, and LP-gas engines. This tractor was able to respond to havier loads quickly and do so on less fuel.

Tractor Info

Engine: Continental 77 I-Head

Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 4.00 x 5.50

RPM: 1,350

CID: 277

Fuel: Gas

Main Fuel Tank Cap: 19

Aux Fuel Tank Cap:

Carburetor: Schebler

Cooling Capacity: 4

Drawbar HP:

Belt PTO HP:

Weight: 4,200 lbs



Number of Gears: 5/1


Total Produced: 10,719

1946: 1001

1947: 1002

1948: 2983

1949: 4755

1950: 5255

1951: 5509

Location: Rear left hand side of the tractor frame forward of the transmission case

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