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A few years ago I remember someone posting pictures of a Simplicity deck which was set up as an offset pull behind useing a second 42" deck. Cant remember if they powered it thru the rear pto and if so how it was done. Fabricating a hitch for it would be an engineering challenge also! All that aside the idea of being able to cut an 80" swath with your Simplicity and lay down some hefty stripes in the process is a tempting thought. I think Simplicity offered such an arrangement from the factory but I may be wrong.

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