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Question on model numbers. I have a Simplicity 6216 tractor which I know means 6200 series tractor 16 HP. But what does 4040 or 4041 stand for 4000 series. What does the rest mean if anything ( not 40 HP)? Thanks Moleman

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The first digit is for 6000 series. The second means your model is the 3rd revision in that series, i.e. zero is first, one is second and so on. The last two digits is the horsepower. The 4040 and 4041 was renumbered in the 9000 series later on. A 9020 was powered by a 20 horse Onan. I believe the 4040 was 16 horsepower and the 4041 was 20 horsepower.

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