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change 282 d to a 310 d in a 560d

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roger hall

03-02-2013 16:19:01

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anyone have information on how this would be done

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03-04-2013 05:42:35

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 Re: change 282 d to a 310 d in a 560d in reply to roger hall, 03-02-2013 16:19:01  
Yeah, pretty much everything from the bell housing to the front bolster on a 706D is just "slightly different" enough to make conversion from a 282 to a 310 a total pain in the rear.

The frame bolt pattern and spacing should be the same between the 560 and 706. You should be able to hang the engine in the frame rails using standard 706 front and rear plates.

Beyond that I really don't know. What are you going to use as a flywheel, clutch, starter?

The radiator outlet is on the wrong side too, IIRC.

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roger hall

03-04-2013 08:39:44

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 Re: change 282 d to a 310 d in a 560d in reply to mkirsch, 03-04-2013 05:42:35  
mkirsch----you have taken me to my first unknown!--the whole key to this project is that fit-i know there is a flywheel and ringgear in there-the starter cranks it now, as for the clutch --at worst stay with 560 spline--after that fit is made,it:s all cosmetics-- one prob at a time--i"m going out with ruler ,paper and camera and see what i can see---thanks-all help apreciated

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roger hall

03-03-2013 20:33:54

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 Re: change 282 d to a 310 d in a 560d in reply to roger hall, 03-02-2013 16:19:01  
unloaded the 560[282d]today pulled it to start the longer it ran ,the better it sounded --now i need to do a lot of measuring --going to put the clutch under load-might need to be taken apart right where i need to be --i have been looking for a 706 [310gd]tractor , saw one on a dairy grinding feed every day guy said they just dont wear out- the 706[310]had about a 2 inch spacer between the trans and engine-the 282 is rebuildabe if the310 doesent work out or i find a 706gd--thanks guys-- keep posting

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03-03-2013 10:36:44

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 Re: change 282 d to a 310 d in a 560d in reply to roger hall, 03-02-2013 16:19:01  
Like Vet said, anything is possible. This repower is going to require a lot of modification. For starters, a 706 with a 282 is not as long as one with a 310D. That means you are going to have to lengthen your tractor and then you will need to address all of the linkages, controls, etc. I don"t know if it will bolt right up to a 560 of not. Its possible I guess. If you want to use that 310 you have I would look for a 706 or 756 with a bad 310 in it.

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03-02-2013 17:33:05

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 Re: change 282 d to a 310 d in a 560d in reply to roger hall, 03-02-2013 16:19:01  
If you mean a 310 german diesel from a 706,then it would be a lot of work.I do know you will need to change the throttle linkage,probably the air intake.Dont know if it will bolt to the bell,or if the clutch will work.If the 310 is longer,then you will need to stretch the frame/hood...A 310GD in a 560,That would be awsome!

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roger hall

03-02-2013 18:46:29

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 Re: change 282 d to a 310 d in a 560d in reply to DeltaRed, 03-02-2013 17:33:05  
i picked up a 560 --282d--today at a sale--i have a 715 combine with 1500 orig hours--310gd--i know the 706 has the 282 and the 310gd--so somehow in my mind that should match up somehow in the 560

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The tractor vet

03-03-2013 08:02:06

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 Re: change 282 d to a 310 d in a 560d in reply to roger hall, 03-02-2013 18:46:29  
Can it be done ?? not with out a ton of work. Yes the 310 and 282 were in 706's BUT even doing a swap in them is a ton of work . Frame rails need changed fuel lines linkage i do believe the hoods are different . BUT hay anything is possible . Look what i am doing at the moment putting a 8.3 Cummins into a 2150 oliver fwd . Yes we have had to do some Barn Yard engineering and some fab work due to the ft. drive shaft and pan issue but that was easy and all that is left is four motor mounts . everything else was off the shelf bolt ons. And a lot of phone calls and running after stuff. Spent more time doing that then twisten wrenches.

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03-02-2013 16:33:20

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 Re: change 282 d to a 310 d in a 560d in reply to roger hall, 03-02-2013 16:19:01  
Gota buy a 301D block out of a combine ,then switch all the parts over.And know more problems breaking sleeves.Better check parts prices and avalibilty on the 301 though.The one I did was pricey.And I dont think pistons are easy to come by any more.I think we had trouble in the oil filter housing area too if I remeber correctly.

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