G.W Tractors has a huge range of aftermarket Deutz tractor parts in its warehouses in Melbourne and Brisbane and if we don’t have it in stock, we’ll find it for you, fast.
We’ve been importing replacement parts for Deutz tractors, direct from aftermarket manufacturers for the last 30 years and pride ourselves on the quality of our parts.
Get your parts directly from the importer – give us a call on 1800 062 790 and our parts people will get your aftermarket Deutz tractor parts delivered in no time.
Aftermarket Tractor Parts for all Deutz models
Agroclimber 105, Agroclimber 195, Agroclimber 410, Agroclimber 410 Six, Agroclimber F90, Agroclimber F100
3.30, 3.30F, 3.30V, 3.50, 3.50F, 3.50S, 3.50V, 3.70, 3.70F, 3.70V, 3.90, 3.90F, 3.90S, F60, F70, F75, F90, F100
Agrofarm 85, Agrofarm 100, Agrofarm 100 Ecoline, Agrofarm 420, Agrofarm 420T, Agrofarm 430
Agrokid 30, Agrokid 35, Agrokid 45, Agrokid 50, Agrokid 55, Agrokid 210, Agrokid 220, Agrokid 230
4.75, 45E, 55, 57, 60, 65, 70, 75, 77, 80, 80 Profiline, 87, 90, 95, 97, 100, 310, 320, 410, 410 Ecoline, F50, F57, F60, F67, F70, F75, F80, F90, F100
60, 67, 70, 75, 77, 80, 85, 87, 95, 95 New, 100, 310 Ecoline, 315 F Ecoline, 320 Ecoline, 405 F Ecoline, 410 Ecoline, 420 F Ecoline, F70, F75, F90, F100
Agroprima 4.31, Agroprima 4.51, Agroprima 4.56, Agroprima 6.06, Agroprima 6.16, Agroprima DX4.31, Agroprima DX4.36, Agroprima DX4.51, Agroprima DX4.56, Agroprima DX6.06,
Agrostar 4.61, Agrostar 4.68, Agrostar 4.71, Agrostar 4.78, Agrostar 6.08, Agrostar 6.11, Agrostar 6.21, Agrostar 6.28, Agrostar 6.31, Agrostar 6.38, Agrostar 6.45, Agrostar 6.61, Agrostar 6.71, Agrostar 6.81, Agrostar DX6.11, Agrostar DX6.31
Agrosun 100, Agrosun 120, Agrosun 140
Agrotrac 100, Agrotrac 110, Agrotrac 130, Agrotrac 150, Agrotrac 610, Agrotrac 620
4.70, 4.80, 4.85, 4.90, 4.95, 6.00, 6.01, 6.05, 6.07, 6.15, 6.17, 6.20, 6.30, 6.38, 6.45, 75, 80, 80MKIII, 85, 85MKIII, 90, 90 MKIII, 95, 100, 100MKIII, 105MKIII, 106, 106MKIII, 108, 110, 110MKIII, 115MKIII, 118, 120, 120MKIII, 128, 130, 135MKIII, 140, 150, 150.7, 150MKIII, 155, 165, 165.7, 165MKIII, 180.7, 230MKIII, 260MKIII, K430, K430 Profiline, K610, L710, L720, M410, M410 Profiline, M420, M420 Profiline, M600, M610, M610 Profiline, M615, M615 Profiline, M620, M620 Profiline, M625, M640, M640 Profiline, M650, M650 Profiline, TTV 410, TTV 420, TTV 430, TTV 610, TTV 620, TTV 630, TTV1130, TTV1145, TTV1160
Agrotron X710, Agrotron X720, Agroxtra 3.57, Agroxtra 4.07, Agroxtra 4.17, Agroxtra 4.47, Agroxtra 4.57, Agroxtra 6.07, Agroxtra 6.17, Agroxtra DX3.57
D2505, D3005, D4005, D4505, D5005, D5505, D6005, D8005
D2506, D3006, D4006, D4506, D5006, D5206, D5506, D6006, D6206, D6806, D7006, D7206, D7506, D7606, D8006, D8606, D9006, D80006
D2807, D3607, D4007, D4507, D4807, D5207, D6007, D6207, D6507, D6807, D6907, D7007, D7207, D7807
D25, D30, D40, D40L, D50, D66, D88, D90, D130, D133N, D160, D180, D9005, D10006, D12506, D13006
DX3.10, DX3.30, DX3.42, DX3.50, DX3.57, DX3.60, DX3.65, DX3.70, DX3.90
DX4.07, DX4.10, DX4.17, DX4.30, DX4.31, DX4.47, DX4.50, DX4.51, DX4.57, DX4.61, DX4.68, DX4.70, DX4.71, DX4.78, DX4.80, DX4.85, DX4.90, DX4.95
DX5.30, DX5.50, DX50, DX50V, DX55V
DX6.00, DX6.01, DX6.05, DX6.06, DX6.07, DX6.08, DX6.10, DX6.11, DX6.15, DX6.17, DX6.20, DX6.21, DX6.28, DX6.30, DX6.31, DX6.38, DX6.45, DX6.50, DX6.60, DX6.61, DX6.71, DX6.81
DX8.30, DX8.31, DX80, DX85, DX86
DX110, DX120, DX130, DX140, DX145, DX160, DX230, DX250
Intrac 2002, Intrac 2003, Intrac 2003 (Power S), Intrac 2004, Intrac 2004 (Power S)
Deutz parts categories
Used Deutz Machinery and Parts
G.W. Tractors are constantly buying and selling used Deutz tractors and often wrecking them for parts. Below are what we have in our yards at the moment. Give us a call at 1800 062 790 if you can’t find what you need.
Accessories, consumables & more
G.W. Tractors also has a huge range of accessories and consumables for all makes and models of tractors. Everything you need to keep your tractor working.
Contact us for Deutz replacement parts
The Deutz story
The story of Deutz tractors began when Nicolas August Otto and Eugen Langen founded N.A. Otto & Cie. in Cologne, Germany. It was the first engine manufacturing company in the world.
The first few years saw the company already earning recognition for its inventions. In 1867, Otto and Langen’s “atmospheric gas engine” won a gold medal at the Exposition Universelle of Paris for being the most economical powered machine for the light industry. Five years later, the Cologne factory was expanded, thus establishing the joint-stock company Gasmotoren-Fabrik Deutz AG (GFD). In 1876, Otto finished making the “four-stroke” combustion engine for all types of fuel. Eight years later, Otto developed an ignition with a low voltage magnet.
In 1894, the first Deutz tractor, which featured a 26-hp petrol engine, was built by the company’s subsidiary in Philadelphia, USA.
After a consortium was founded with Motorenfabrik Oberursel AG in 1921, the company changed its name to Motorenfabrik Deutz AG (MD).
In 1927, MD built its first road tractor in Cologne. The 14-hp Deutz MTH 222 featured a compressor-less diesel engine and had two forward gears and one reverse gear. This same year also marked the start of the company’s mass production of standard tractors.
In 1934, the Deutz F2M 315 was built. The Deutz F3M 317 came into being the following year. Then in 1936, the Deutz F1M 414 was introduced. Also known as the “people’s tractor”, it featured a single-cylinder, water-cooled, 11 hp engine, and was the first mini-tractor worldwide to be mass-produced. This model helped promote the mechanisation of small farms. In 1952, the company changed the F1M 414’s engine to air-cooled until it stopped production in 1959.
The company acquired Klockner in 1937 and changed its name to Klockner-Humboldt-Deutz AG (KHD). One of Germany’s largest groups, it covered all sectors of the engine industry: cars, lorries, trains, ships, aircraft, and tractors.
In 1949, four years after World War II ended, KHD built the F1L 514 and F2L 514, which were the first tractors to be powered by an air-cooled diesel engine. As the situation and production returned to normal conditions, the company also introduced direct power take off with dual friction.
KHD started making crawlers in 1953. Two years later, the company reached the milestone of building 100,000 tractors since its founding.
In 1958, KHD introduced the D series of tractors, with the D 40 model having the most success.
KHD began collaborating with Fahr AG in 1961 through minority shareholding. Seven years later, KHD acquired the majority of share capital in Fahr and changed the company’s name to Deutz-Fahr. In the same year, the company introduced D 06, its most successful tractor ever built, with 380,000 models sold.
In 1972, Deutz-Fahr unveiled the INTRAC series of multi-role tractors. With multiple automatic hitches for implements, a forward cab layout, and a front lift and PTO, this series was extremely effective in agricultural, civil, and industrial applications.
The company launched the DEUTZ-DX in 1978. This new-generation tractor featured synchronised gears, a forced lubrication system, four-wheel drive as standard, and electronic hitch regulation and cabs with elastic suspensions. It was also equipped with horsepower ranging from 80 to 200.
In 1982, the company began using the Deutz-Fahr brand on all of its tractors.
The brand remains strong to this day. It recently introduced the Deutz-Fahr 4E Series Keyline, which was designed for emerging markets.