The Massey Ferguson 165 was designed and built to replace the MF 65. It had a production run of 9 years from 1964 – 1975, after which it was superseded by the MF 265. When ordering a new Massey Ferguson, you had a choice of 4 different engines,
Perkins AD 4.203, 4 cylinder, diesel engine producing 58.3 hp,a Continental, 4 cylinder, gasoline engine, a Perkins A4.212, 4cylinder, diesel engine or a Perkins AG4.212, 4 cylinder, gasoline engine.
The MF 165 comes with a fuel capacity of 18.5 gallons (or 70 liters for those of you in Europe). It’s 3 point hitch provides a rear lift of 3,594 lbs (or 1,630 kg). The total weight of the Massey Ferguson 165 ranges from 5,005 lbs (or 2270 kg) to 7,760 lbs (or 3,519 kg) depending on which engine you have and whether or not the tractor is carrying ballast.
The Massey Ferguson 165 comes with 16 gears in total. It’s 6 forward and 2 reverse are available in both low and high power gears.
The MF 165 was an incredibly popular model in it’s time. However due to the lack of a roll bar (as standard) and other elements, the 165 gradually became obsolete. Fortunately today many people have maintained their Massey 165’s and either still use them on their land or keep them as a vintage tractor.
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