Do you have neighbors built across all six links? That's the first thing to check.... If not, then you won't have 6 paths for each route in the local table.
I wouldn't load share per packet, unless you've tested things, and out of order packets either don't matter for your application, or the T1 links are close enough in delay and such that you don't get out of orders across them.
Okay, could you post one more thing from the side that's only showing four paths (this router)?
sho ip eigrp topo 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
Yes, you're neighbors are all up, and look good (the RTO and Q Count columns are critical here, RTO should always be something other than 5000, and the Q Count shouldn't ever be over 0 for very long at all, or it should at least be always decreasing, never hovering at some number). That you have all 6 routes on one side, and only four, though, indicates one of two things:
-- max paths isn't configured on both sides.
-- all six paths aren't equal cost within the eigrp topo table on one side.
Check the max paths on the side that's only showing four paths, just to make certain.
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