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10-31-2012 16:57:35

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I have a 706 with a 301 diesel and the motor is bad. Will the motor plate on the tractor bolt up to a 806 motor and if not what motor will with out getting a new one made.


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1030 TOM

11-03-2012 19:27:47

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 Re: 706 in reply to BriBri, 10-31-2012 16:57:35  
we left the turbo on fit nuder the hood nicely the adapter plate came out of penn.

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11-02-2012 17:44:56

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 Re: 706 in reply to BriBri, 10-31-2012 16:57:35  
Thanks for all the info guys, a little food for thought lol

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1030 TOM

11-01-2012 18:35:59

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 Re: 706 in reply to BriBri, 10-31-2012 16:57:35  
my son put a 5.9 cummins in a 656 that had a263 gas, the hood fit used the factory radiator and fan shroud , really nice conversion ,it will go in a 706 easy just a thought tom

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11-03-2012 05:29:30

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 Re: 706 in reply to 1030 TOM, 11-01-2012 18:35:59  
Did u happen to leave the turbo on the cummins or take it off

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The tractor vet

11-01-2012 17:01:43

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 Re: 706 in reply to BriBri, 10-31-2012 16:57:35  
The D301 is a combine engine made with out sleeves but basicly the same block as a D282 . Now as to if it will fit a D361 Nope not in your wildest dreams. So it comes down to either finding a D301 and going back to that of finding a D 282 . Or you can go gas .

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11-01-2012 09:13:06

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 Re: 706 in reply to BriBri, 10-31-2012 16:57:35  
I didn't know there was a 301 diesel. Thought the early 706's had the 282 w/ glow plugs and the later ones had the 310 german. Even then there's a difference in frame lengths between those two engines, the 310 being longer. Either way a 361 from an 806 will be a tough fit like the other post said.

Casey in SD

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11-01-2012 08:32:15

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 Re: 706 in reply to BriBri, 10-31-2012 16:57:35  
Parts book shows they are different.706 use 367224R2 plate and the 806 is 332446R21.You can put a 361 in the 706 but you will need allot of parts off a 806,frame rails,longer power steering lines ,grill,radiator,hood,air cleaner,lines,taller steering support,longer shifting shafts,throttle linkage,thats the big items.

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