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    New Member bulletproof1510's Avatar
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    Default DEUTZ D3006

    I have recently purchased a Deutz D3006 tractor and was wandering if anyone had any type of literature on the green beast. I am about to change the oilo and was not sure how much it holds. Any help would be appreciated Also what type would be the best.

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    Default Re: DEUTZ D3006

    Oil Spec in engine 15 W 40, You need 6 l, I do not now how much it is in gallons. Engine is F2L912

    Clutch: F&S DO 225/200.

    The Tranny, Deutz TW 35.1 needs 14 l of oil.

    Onliest book alvailable at the moment is:

    ISBN 3-316-02385-7 "Typenkompass Deutz" Motorbuchverlag Stuttgart, Germany. But only in German.

    The infos above are taken from the book: "Alle Traktoren von Deutz" Verlag Rabe, Koeln. But this one is not longer offered.

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    Default Re: DEUTZ D3006

    Not much help with this one, as I don't have the tractor, land, car, dogs, long hair or the T-shirt anymore.
    David from jax

    A serious accident is one that money won't fix.

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    New Member bulletproof1510's Avatar
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    Default Re: DEUTZ D3006

    I would have traded the car, dogs, hair, land, and t-shirt for that Deutz.

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    Default Re: DEUTZ D3006

    Might not be the Duetz 3006 you want, after all. I was box blading a pile of dirt with it and it broke in half between the motor and tranny. Parts of it were welded back together and a little bubble gum, and it is still running today. It is currently owned by my wife's uncle, and he recently had it painted. Not a show paint job, but it does look better. There were no signs that the tractor ever had a loader on it, so that makes it strange for it to have broken in half. I think someone might have used the wrong bolts or something like that, to cause it to break in half.
    I prefer my Jd2555, as it has a lot more power than the Duetz. Not that it isn't a good tractor, I just like my JD more. I always forgot to check the antifreeze on the Duetz.
    David from Jax
    That was a great pair of dogs by the way!
    A serious accident is one that money won't fix.

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    Default Re: DEUTZ D3006

    i was considered buying a Duetz d 4005 diesel tractor, are they any good? can you get parts?

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