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1655 diesel or 1755 diesel

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04-11-2018 10:48:19

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what are the pros and cons of the 1655 vs 1755 diesel, I don't farm just piddle, parts avail, power, transmission and reliability of engine?

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04-12-2018 07:13:37

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 Re: 1655 diesel or 1755 diesel in reply to bv, 04-11-2018 10:48:19  
Yes, that is important to mention...

1655 has a dry, mechanical PTO clutch and, because of that, an odd top link for the 3pt.

1755 has a wet, hydraulically operated PTO clutch, and a regular 3PT top link bracket.

Yes, the brakes are much better on the 1755 and it uses a parking brake rather than brake pedal lock. It's arguable which holds better.

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04-12-2018 08:43:34

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 Re: 1655 diesel or 1755 diesel in reply to jmcarlic, 04-12-2018 07:13:37  
1655 has a wet multiple disk PTO clutch. 1755 has a wet multiple disk PTO clutch that is hydraulic pressure.

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04-12-2018 06:02:04

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 Re: 1655 diesel or 1755 diesel in reply to bv, 04-11-2018 10:48:19  
I think you would do alright with either. I've never used a 1655, but I've heard they are a great tractor. I have a 1755 that I use for haying, and I love it. Enough power, brakes and weight to stay out of trouble on the hills, and a very nice handling tractor.
I've never had trouble getting parts, either from the local AGCO dealer, or on line.

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04-11-2018 11:26:02

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 Re: 1655 diesel or 1755 diesel in reply to bv, 04-11-2018 10:48:19  
1755 will generally weigh about 2000lbs more than the 1655, which can be good and can be bad.

1755 will have "Closed-Center" hydraulics, which are way better than the 1655.

Both are naturally aspirated, so engines are both very reliable.

1655 is loved by many as a great sized tractor for many applications. Good power, speed, maneuverability, and with some external spool valves hooked to the power-beyond, are a great loader tractor.

It really depends on what you want to do with it.

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04-11-2018 14:49:19

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 Re: 1655 diesel or 1755 diesel in reply to jmcarlic, 04-11-2018 11:26:02  
I have both but lean on the 1755 more. To add to the listed above the 1755 has

Hydraulic brakes

Hydraulic actuated PTO, will actually stop spinning to hook up equipment.

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