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I don't know if any of us know just how much weight these things can really handle on a regular basis. I do know that my 155 spent several years pulling full loads of hay up a steep incline out of a field - each wagon load was between 10,000 and 15,000 a piece, mowing around 500 trees at WOT for about 6 hours a day, and moving a *lot* of snow on a 1/6 mile inclined driveway. The drivetrain on it is still as tight as new. Keep in mind the 155 was only 2nd gen for CCI, and laundry list of improvements were made during the 70's.
I am of the belief these days that if you didn't get a lemon (which were very rare from CCI) and properly maintained your unit, the drivetrain can handle as much weight as the frame will support for longer than most of us will be alive :thumbsup:

Chris
 
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