Topic: Re: MF 165 or 265
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I have a 165 D and have also run a 265 before. The 265 has better hydraulics for equipment and loader, and a bit more power. I use my 165D for cutting & baling hay just fine, but the 265 works better if you want to round bale. I also put wet disc brakes on the 165D years ago and helps with working on hills. For a 165, I would look for a 4 speed 165 D, which do not have Multipower, and newer ones that have the square rear axle (more heavy duty). The square axle 165 can get the wet disc conversion only. If they all have MP make sure they work properly, otherwise no compression braking, you will free wheel, very dangerous. For light work and mowing/brush hog, either works fine. Both are very reliable, and both great tractors.
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