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Lt160 and a 165-compatiable or not

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sde

10-11-2018 19:11:14




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I was comparing a 160 to a 165. I was wrong. His machine is a LT 160. It had a 16 hp Kohler engine and a 42" mower deck. It also is about 15yrs newer, and it has the foot pedal controls for the Hydro static drive. I tried to compare the info that is on Tractordata, but, they did not provide very detailed information for my 165. Would my 38" mower deck attach the same as his 42", which he is selling separately? Will the Kawasaki engine have the same bolt pattern as the Kohler? Will 12.5 hp be powerful enough to cut grass and run the hydro static drive?
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SDE

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Lance Skene

10-15-2018 19:29:39




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 Re: Lt160 and a 165-compatiable or not in reply to sde, 10-11-2018 19:11:14  
I picked up a 130 with a manual today... the manual covers 130/160/165/180/185 so those wood be your best options for models with interchangable parts.



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steve_in_mo

10-13-2018 10:32:26




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 Re: Lt160 and a 165-compatiable or not in reply to sde, 10-11-2018 19:11:14  
You would have one big advantage buying the LT 160
because there were lots more sold. Look around for one
with a good hydro that someone ran out of oil. They are usually free or dirt cheap.



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Lance Skene

10-11-2018 20:32:09




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 Re: Lt160 and a 165-compatiable or not in reply to sde, 10-11-2018 19:11:14  
NOT.... you could swap the motor into it without too much trouble but nothing on the two is interchangable.... wheels and tires maybe.



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sde

10-12-2018 10:25:11




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 Re: Lt160 and a 165-compatiable or not in reply to Lance Skene, 10-11-2018 20:32:09  
Thank you. I will see if he is willing to include the mower deck. If not then I will decline his offer.
SDE



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