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Revision as of 02:30, August 11, 2010

International 444
International 444 1968
International 444 utility, 1968
Model history
Model introduced 1978
Model discontinued 1981
Model status Discontinued
No. produced 13,087
Preceded by International 424
Superseded by International 454
Engine Specification
Engine make International
Engine model International D-179
Fuel type diesel
Power hp 50 engine, 42 pto, 38 drawbar
Governed rpm 2200
Displacement cu in /(litre) 179 ci
No. of Cylinders 3
Bore in (mm) 3.875"
Stroke in (mm) 5.0625"
Cooling system Water
Naturally aspirated, Turbo or Supercharged NA
Transmission Details
Transmission type syncromesh with high-low-reverse shuttle
Forward 8
Reverse 4
Drive 2-WD
General Data
Linkage Category Category I or II 3-point hitch, draft control
Lift capacity (lb/kg) 3100 lb
Tyre Sizes (std/options)
Front 6.00-16 4-ply
Rear 13.6-28 4-ply
Tractor Dimensions
Length (inches/metres) 138"
Width (inches/meters) 70"
Height (inches/meters) 56"
Weight (nominal) lb/kg 4853 lb
Turning circle (nominal) inches/meters 17 ft
Wheelbase 73"
Other info
Factories Doncaster, England
Plow rating 2-3 14"
Nebraska Tests No. 1312
Approximate Cost new in (year) $3725 (1968)
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The Edrob/International 484 was built by International Harvester from 1978 to 1981 in Doncaster, England.

Model history

Main article: International Harvester

For industrial version see International 2444. For low profile version see International 2444 Lo-Boy

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 International BD-154 4-cylinder engine and the power rating was unchanged at 37 pto hp. The International C-146 gasoline engine was replaced by the C-153 C-153 from the just discontinued 504 Utility, 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, 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. Speeds Weight (lb) Price-$ (year)
International 484 42 179 8 3540 9580 (1978), 15490 (1985)
Allis-Chalmers 5050 51 168 12 4300 11784 (1978)
Allis-Chalmers 6140 41 142 10 4228 15895 (1985)
Case 1190 43 164 12 4620 11315 (1980)
Case 1194 43 164 12 4620 17960 (1985)
David Brown 885 43 164 12 4290 8561 (1978)
Deutz D4506 43 173 8 4180 9035 (1978)
Deutz DX3.10 44 173 8 5776 16890 (1985)
Fiat 450 143 8-9 3900
Ford 3600 41 175 8 4590 9216 (1978)
John Deere 1020RU 39 152 8-16 4150 3783 (1968)
Massey-Ferguson MF135 38 153 6-12 3130 4358 (1968)
Oliver 550 39 155 6 3245 4260 (1968)
Oliver 1250 35 138 6 3666 3476 (1968)
Oliver 1255 39 143 6-9 3906 4650 (1971)

Timeline

Factory locations

  • International Harvester Great Britain, Ltd., Doncaster, England

Specification

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  • C-153 4-cylinder gasoline engine
  • 4-speed syncromesh transmission with high-low-reverse shuttle
  • Adjustable front axle
  • Differential lock
  • Electric starter and lights
  • Hydrostatic power steering
  • Independent pto
  • ROPS
  • Category I 3-point hitch, draft control
  • Standard tires
    • Front: 6.00-16 4-ply
    • Rear: 13.6-28 4-ply

Options

  • BD-154 4-cylinder diesel engine
  • Canopy

Serial numbers

Year Serial no. run
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Serial no. run
End
Number Built Notes
1978 501 1324 824 Production calculated from serial no. range
1979 1325 2753 1429
1980 2754 5618 2865
1981 5619 [2] Last built
1984 9165 [2] Last built
Total built

Preservation

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List of Preserved International 444 tractors
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Gallery

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See also

Collection related info
  • Shows and Meets - events featuring tractors and other machinery
  • Clubs Listing - List of clubs including various tractor marques
  • Collections - list of private collections with tractors (add yours)
  • Museums - includes museums featuring tractors (please add missing ones)

References/sources

  1. Hall, Mike, Ed., The Official Tractor Blue Book 2010, Price Digests, Overland Park, Kansas, 2009
  2. 2.0 2.1 Baumheckel, Ralph and Borghoff, Kent, International Farm Equipment Product History, American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan, 1997

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