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Frank Gibbs

07-27-2000 19:10:10




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I am looking for a source for after market parts for a Deutz 6806 tractor. Can anyone give me any advice.

Frank Gibbs




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Donna Ward

02-12-2003 18:36:22




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 Re: Deutz Tractor in reply to Frank Gibbs, 07-27-2000 19:10:10  
call RUSTY AT WARD BROS HE CAN HELP YOU



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Don Stubblefield

07-23-2001 19:35:32




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 Re: Deutz Tractor in reply to Frank Gibbs, 07-27-2000 19:10:10  
Did you ever find a source for 6806 Deutz?



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norberg

08-30-2000 18:58:16




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 Re: Deutz Tractor in reply to Frank Gibbs, 07-27-2000 19:10:10  
Call Walt's Tractor Salvage at (417)632-4364. He is located in Fairview, Missouri and salvages Deutz tractors and parts out those that are too far gone. His parts are very reasonable and in good condition.



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John C-IL

07-28-2000 09:48:58




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 Re: Deutz Tractor in reply to Frank Gibbs, 07-27-2000 19:10:10  
I have a 4006, unfortunately your local AGCO dealer is the best place for parts. It depends what you need. Most maiintenance items are available from NAPA or some farm stores. Injections parts may be available from a diesel service place. But after market is tough. John



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Steve Carmack

07-28-2000 20:32:17




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 Re: Re: Deutz Tractor in reply to John C-IL, 07-28-2000 09:48:58  
I have a 6265. There are very few items that can be found aftermarket. I believe that the Germans are getting revenge for the world wars. I bought a fanbelt while my 6265 was in the Agco shop. The price was $52 and change. I could have gotten the same at napa for about $15. I like the tractor but am sick of the robbery.



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Glenn. OUCH

07-29-2000 20:57:58




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 Re: Re: Re: Deutz Tractor in reply to Steve Carmack, 07-28-2000 20:32:17  
Yikes! $52 for a belt?! Talk about highway robbery!



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Glenn

07-28-2000 09:41:04




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 Re: Deutz Tractor in reply to Frank Gibbs, 07-27-2000 19:10:10  
You might try NAPA. They carry/can get a wide range of parts for tractors.



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