International Tractors 644 Manual

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International Harvester 644 Tractor Manuals Our manuals have Free Shipping and Guaranteed Lowest Prices. Parts, Owners and Service Manuals are typically available for your International Harvester 644 Tractor. Please see availability below.

Which Manual Do I Need? There are 3 main types of International Harvester Tractor manuals, each with a specific purpos 1986 Yamaha Fz600 Service Manual more. e. Some manuals combine types (i.e. Parts + Operators, etc.), but the basic function of the manual types remain the same and are as follows: • Service Manual (SVC) - The service manual (a.k.a.

Shop manual or Repair manual) tells you how to take the International Harvester Tractor apart, fix it, and put it back together. It is written in the language of a mechanic and may include valuable detailed information such as specifications, torques, ranges, etc. If you are serious about repairs or restoring, you need the service manual. • Parts Manual (PTS) - The parts manual has exploded views of all parts on the Tractor giving great detail on assembly and disassembly. It also includes a guide for ordering parts. It picks up where the service manual leaves off. If you do your own repairs, you need the parts manual.

Browse the free pdf preview below of the International Harvester Tractor Operators Manual (IH-O-644+) (mobile users click here). This is the operator's manual for the International 644, 744, 844, and 844S Diesel Tractors. Information on: introduction, technical data, preparing for each day's work, instruments and controls, operating. International Harvester Tractor Manuals (Page 5). This service manual is for International tractors. This is the operator's manual for the International 644.

• Operators Manual (OPT) - The operators manual (a.k.a. Owners manual) is the book that came OEM from the manufacturer when the International Harvester 644 Tractor was purchased. It gives the owner/operator instructions, shift patterns, capacities (anti freeze, crankcase, oil, hydraulic, etc.) and adjustment procedures (brakes, clutch, etc.). This book is a critical tool for operating and maintaining your machine.

• Complete Kits - Get all the manuals for your 644 Tractor plus a few other perks and ensure you will not be missing critical information in the middle of your repair job. See below for availability. 2017 Isuzu Npr Owners Manual.

International 444 utility, 1968 Model history Model introduced Model discontinued Model status Discontinued No. Produced 13,087 Preceded by Superseded by Engine Specification Engine make International Engine model Fuel type Power hp 47 gross, 42 net, 38 pto, 33 drawbar Governed rpm 2000 Displacement cu in /(litre) 152 ci No.

Of Cylinders 4 Bore in (mm) 3.375' Stroke in (mm) 4.25' Cooling system Water Naturally aspirated, Turbo or Supercharged NA Transmission Details Transmission type dual-range Forward 8 Reverse 2 Drive 2-WD General Data Linkage Category Category I 3-point hitch, draft control Tyre Sizes (std/options) Front 6.00-16 4-ply Rear 13.6-28 4-ply Tractor Dimensions Length (inches/metres) 121' Height (inches/meters) 58' Weight (nominal) lb/kg 3800 lb Turning circle (nominal) inches/meters 17 ft Wheelbase 70' Other info Factories Doncaster, Louisville, Kentucky, () Plow rating 2-3 14' No. 985 Approximate Cost new in (year) $3725 (1968) This box: The International 444 was built by from 1967 to 1971, with partial manufacture in Doncaster, and final assembly in Louisville, Kentucky,, and under license by IH's joint venture in,. Contents [] Model history Main article: For industrial version see.

For low profile version see The International 444 utility tractor was an upgrade of the 424 with minor restyling. The new grille was slightly reverse-slanting and the white panels on the hood sides were smaller, no longer extending forward to the grille surround. The model number was moved up to the same level as the International name. The diesel version continued to use the British-built 4-cylinder engine and the power rating was unchanged at 37 pto hp. The gasoline engine was replaced by the C-153 from the just discontinued, but governed at a lower 2000 rpm. The power output of the gas tractor was increased slightly from 37 to 38 pto hp and 32 to 33 drawbar hp. Tractor Comparison, gasoline models The gasoline-powered International 444 was well matched in weight, power, and price with the Case 440 and later 470, David Brown 3800, Ford 3000, John Deere 1020, Massey-Ferguson MF135 (with Continental 4-cylinder in 1968 and Perkins 3-cylinder afterwards), and Oliver 550.

The Fiat-built Oliver 1250 was a little lighter and cheaper than the International. Make & model Pto hp Displace.

Speeds Weight (lb) Price-$ (year) International 444 38 152 8 3800 3725 (1968), 4470 (1971) 33 148 8 3530 3944 (1968) 33 148 4-8 3490 4465 (1971) 39 146 6-12 3370 4371 (1971) 38 158 8 3480 3457 (1968) 39 135 8-16 4100 3418 (1968) 35 145 6-12 2940 3900 (1968) 37 153 8 3085 4078 (1971) 41 155 6 3229 3341 (1968) 35 116 6 3510 3190 (1968) Tractor Comparison, diesel models The diesel-powered International 444 competed directly with the Case 430 and later 470, David Brown 780, Ford 3000, John Deere 1020, Massey-Ferguson MF135, and Oliver 550. The Fiat-built Oliver 1250 was priced lower than the other models but was lower powered than the International. The replacement Oliver 1255 was larger and competed directly with the International as did the German-built Deutz D4006. Make & model Pto hp Displace.