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Is this considered a large-frame?

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OrangeMetalGuy
This is NOT an ad or a plug. I am just wondering if this model is a newer version of a large-frame: [url]http://martinsburg.craigslist.org/grd/1579057437.html[/url]

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Cvans
According to Simplity's own information, this is considered a small frame garden tractor. I had one of these (6212.5) and found it to be a very nice tractor, The 6200 series was the only one listed as such. Again this information is from simplicity and is posted on this site someplace. I would not hesitate to own another one.dOd Chris

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BLT
That frame size had both 16 and 18 HP OP twin engines. Three year ago I had a DA 613S, 16HP twin, 5 spd and 36" mower freebe so to speak. Cleaned up carb and installed new mower belt and turned it loose to another happy camper.

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Kent
The 5000 and 6000 series are great for just mowing and yard work. My neighbor had one that he bought new, until he passed away a couple years ago.

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Chuck_Woolery
It's a 6518, and no it's not considered a large frame Basically you could consider it a newer version of the old Broadmoores (just a little bigger). It's considered a small frame garden tractor, but not capable of running ALL the attachments. You can run a rear mounted tiller, dozer, plow, etc. Some of the more specialized attachments you can't use, sickle bar, loader, etc. They're good machines, but I wouldn't do farm work with them.

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