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Lift capacity of Massey 165???
|Heather||I'm needing a less-expensive tractor around the farm to move round bales and stuff like that. Is a massey ferguson 165 big enough to move 1500# bales off the 3 point? Is there somewhere I can look up stuff like this? I'm hoping to find one with a loader, to scoop manure or move smaller stuff, not bales, and wanting to pay around $2500-4000. Other tractors I've looked at include Ford 800-900 series, Farmall 300, etc. Without taking a bale with me to see these tractors, not sure how to know wether it will move them or not. Thanks in advance for any advice, Heather
|GEEBEE||Can't speak for the Fords or Farmalls, but the 165 will have no trouble lifting 1500lb bales.
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