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elton fancher

10-18-2017 17:48:48

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I made a deal to buy a 606 diesel today, supposed to have a bad rear end. Is it worth fixing or should I part it out. What will those engines fit?

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mike french

10-20-2017 09:42:52

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 Re: 606 in reply to elton fancher, 10-18-2017 17:48:48  
possibly interested in some parts off it if you part it.

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elton fancher

10-21-2017 16:18:20

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 Re: 606 in reply to mike french, 10-20-2017 09:42:52  
I bought it and have possibly made a deal to resell it, but if not I will part it.

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10-18-2017 18:40:25

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 Re: 606 in reply to elton fancher, 10-18-2017 17:48:48  
That has the D-236 glow plug diesel. If it runs REALLY well and some one needs the engine I'd part it. The D-282 was a much better starting engine than the 236 was. Best way to help it is to put in the 282 crank and pistons, and put in valve seats to get all the valves flush with the head. Then it will start like it should.

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elton fancher

10-18-2017 19:12:21

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 Re: 606 in reply to Dieseltech, 10-18-2017 18:40:25  
I hope it starts better than that 384 I used to have that only started in 90 degree weather. Anyway it is supposed to be a good engine.

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Phil Tibbetts

10-19-2017 05:06:56

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 Re: 606 in reply to elton fancher, 10-18-2017 19:12:21  
Did you put the Bosch glow plugs in the 384? I put them in my 364 and it is like a completely different tractor to start. Will start right up down to below freezing without any ether.

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elton fancher

10-19-2017 16:28:21

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 Re: 606 in reply to Phil Tibbetts, 10-19-2017 05:06:56  
No. I used it a year or so for some summer work, and I will say after you got it started the 384 was a good tractor, but it was not one I wanted to keep.

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