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What does the fun cost ???

of Snap-Man »Wed Oct 03, 2007 6:03 pm

Hello

we are considering buying a new tractor or repairing the anlten. now I want to ask if you know what it all could cost.
We have a deutz 4006 and the following things would have to be done:

-Check the electrical system
-Replace the hydraulic pump
-Seal the cylinder (front loader) again
- Renew the clutch
-Make up brakes again

thank you for your reply
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of Ðânîê £ 99 »Wed Oct 03, 2007 6:06 pm

if you have a cheap dealer. Maybe € 1,500
Nothing runs like a Deere!

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of Snap-Man »Wed Oct 03, 2007 18:11

not more!?
when I asked just because of the clutch it should already cost 1000 € ...
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of Honk81 »Wed Oct 03, 2007 21:17

You can do most of it yourself. Electrics are not too difficult, the hydraulic pump is simply flanged on, sealing the cylinder is not witchcraft and braking is also not an issue, I can't say anything about the clutch, I haven't done that yet.
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of Ðânîê £ 99 »Thu Oct 04, 2007 6:21 am

Yes Snap-Man, if you "let" it do it costs around € 1,000 - the actual clutch is around € 400.
Nothing runs like a Deere!

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of Snap-Man »Thu Oct 04, 2007 10:48 am

so the rest is small stuff
thank you very much for your answers
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of MF-133 »Thu Oct 04, 2007 7:25 pm

That costs a lot more.

If the brakes not only have to be readjusted, but also reassigned, the clutch and brakes together cost around 2000 euros. "Electrical" sounds simple, but remember that they will save you around 35 euros per hour of working time and troubleshooting will be included in the calculation. Where is the hydraulic pump on the Deutz? On the gearbox ?! The pump alone costs 200 euros ...
I once had a cost proposal of 2200 euros for the following work (then I did most of it myself)
2x front tires with assembly
1x tie rod new and mount
Adjust 2x front hubs.
2x rear brake pads new with re-sealing of the axle funnel
1x repair electrics.
1x gear oil change.

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of Honk81 »Fri Oct 05, 2007 7:26 am

Well, electrics are not very important to such a mill. Brake pads I guess at 200 euros (for both brakes, including the handbrake). The hydraulic pump is flanged to the motor so that it is freely accessible, loosen the lines, loosen the front cover, loosen the pump and reinstall in the reverse order. Price at € 129. So for a 1000 you can do the most necessary (if de can get the parts cheaply, which of course is associated with more effort) if de do everything yourself. And even for 2000 euros you won't be able to buy the tractor new.
Is the hydraulic pump even broken? And brake and clutch, maybe they just have to be readjusted, what fault is there in the electrical system?
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of SAME Drago »Fri Oct 05, 2007 4:43 pm

Hello
I can only join the MF ...

Coupling approx. 1000 €
Brake approx. 600 €
Hydraulics the mentioned 130 € (if you are only the pump)
Electrics from 10 to 300 € everything possible (but overhauling the light machine and starter is almost always worthwhile in advanced age)

and if you do all repairs yourself. It would also be interesting to know what a specialist workshop would take and do. so just have a cost estimate made ...

but don't make the mistake and believe you can get the tractor afloat again with your mother's little household money. otherwise it only lies in the barn for years and is not finished.

It would also be desirable if only those who have already carried out such repairs on this or a similar tractor and know the prices, the misjudgments and the fact that it is usually not just a hydraulic pump, brake linings and a new clutch disc are done .

greeting
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of Honk81 »Fri Oct 05, 2007 17:47

sacht ma how do you all come up with such amazing prices for the brakes? Are you covered with gold leaf? I restored a D50.1s because the pads with rivets cost around 200 euros and the handbrake was included. And the clutch is available from Firlbeck for 359 euros. And what is broken in the electrics, he hasn’t told you yet, certainly flasher relay, alternator or starter will frighten you, but if you only have a lightbulb, it’s a little cheaper. Hydraulic pump 130, - if you are screwed at all, the price was quickly taken from ebay. There are sure to be umpteen small parts that we don't even know about yet. Simmerrings, O-rings, sealing gauges, release bearings ... This isn’t just made out of the coffin, but it’s not priceless either.
The prerequisite is that you do everything yourself. In the workshop, significantly higher numbers come about when I think about the last clutch from the Farmer 105 together with the gear oil, I get tears in my eyes now.
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of SAME Drago »Fri Oct 05, 2007 6:30 pm

Hello

absolutely right. the linings and the rivets do not cost anything. the drums are expensive. with me both sides were knocked out. the cheapest rivets are useless.
and what should be really expensive were these small bushings made of plastic and brass in which the brake shafts are guided. I didn't buy it but shot it. I'm almost sure the master misunderstood me when asked for the price (or I misunderstood him).
if you do it, you do it right (especially since they were also knocked out).

And what do we learn from this? ...! it laps together ...
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of favourite »Sun Oct 07, 2007 11:37 am

Hi,

I wouldn't invest anything in the 4006 because the technology is not that special and the vehicle doesn't have any old-timer charm either (because it was built in masses ...). With a new pump etc. you get your money's worth, don't worry ...
From the 06s, all from 8006 onwards have the ZF transmission with 16/7 gears.
http://www1.traktorpool.de/suchen/detai ... _id = 640803
The early DX's sucks again.
http://www1.traktorpool.de/suchen/detai ... _id = 768222
http://www1.traktorpool.de/suchen/detai ... _id = 743893
The ZF all-wheel drive VAs with self-locking diff. are OK, but you can do without your own gear when it comes to gear.

Another nice possibility. would be a Case (745XL, 844XL) or a Renault:
http://www1.traktorpool.de/suchen/detai ... _id = 767195
With MWM-226 motor and Gima gearbox. Not exactly generous graded as 12/12 (4 courses in 3 ranges), but no gaps, fully reversible and robust.
http://www1.traktorpool.de/suchen/detai ... _id = 753707
You can also pay a visit to the dealer. With the 24/24 drink the doubling is achieved by fine grading (x2) of all gears. The tires here are good for potatoes, but 16.9 R 34 (e.g. Kleber Super G) and circulating relatives such as Continental 480/70 R 34 can also be used as forest and meadow hops.
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of FEND VARIOLOONS »Sun Oct 07, 2007 13:29

oh, don't act like that.
Lately had to do the clutch and brake on our 6206A.
Brake parts were around 160 € and the clutch parts were brand new for around 140 €.
so I can only say so much look for someone who has already done this then all of this is no problem
We needed about 2.5 hours for the brakes with 3 people (disassemble, clean everything (brake cleaner), and reassemble).
We needed a little more than a day for the coupling.
And since everything is easily accessible and clearly laid out, there are no problems there

So good luck then
POWER IS WHEN IT'S NOT A CASE
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