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'Splitting' a Deutz-Fahr (dx-6.05)?


 
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 23, 2022 1:41 pm    Post subject: 'Splitting' a Deutz-Fahr (dx-6.05)? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I have never split a tractor in my life and I find no step-by-step in the service manual for engine removal. Looking at the thing underneath it looks like the engine bolts directly to the huge rear gearbox and a sort of side rail bolts to the front axle hub housing and also to a pto-cradle bolted to the engine front.

Has anyone pulled and engine from one of these? What's a rough outline of steps to take in order to avoid becoming a redish brown pizza underneath?

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I uploaded image rt-side-engine-rear-low-900.jpg but don't know how to get it into the posting. Not very intuitive. Dragging into the tex box just creates a nonsense link to my data drive with the local path.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2022 11:10 pm    Post subject: Re: 'Splitting' a Deutz-Fahr (dx-6.05)? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

To post pictures when you create a New post or are in
the ..reply.. window scroll down a bit you will see
..Upload Photos/VideosPictures.. Right below that is a
button to click to post pictures. On my iPhone it is
called ..Choose files.. on a PC it is some other name.
That button will allow you to browse ..or find, go to the
files where your photos are stored. Then select the
picture you want to post. As you found they cannot be
pasted into the text area as a file. As far as splitting the
tractor you need a splitting stand to do it safely. Do
some web searching to see examples. It would
probably be very helpful if you found someone who
has done this type of thing to look over your project to
give you some advice on how to proceed.
 
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2022 1:50 pm    Post subject: Re: 'Splitting' a Deutz-Fahr (dx-6.05)? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

[quote="CVPost-used red MN"](quoted from post at 03:10:06 12/12/22) To post pictures when you create a New post or are in
the ..reply.. window scroll down a bit you will see [/img]

Thanks, tried that last time it wasn't there. The split is done BTW, engine already stripped & eyeballed, setting up to send to shop for a crank wellness-stay and maybe block too for same.

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