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26.5 revitalizer ?

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It fits the old style Broadmoors (727, 728, 738, 5008, 5010).

If you are looking at the one on ebay, it looks to be in good

condition but appears to be missing the special bracket

that holds it on the back of the transmission.

That part is NLA.

It is a simple part and would be easy to make.


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Looks like it's also missing the lift arm assembly. I don't have a spare, but could get dimensions from mine. Not too much to it.

Looks like it's had minimal use...too bad it's been left out in the weather. The nice things about these smallframe attachments...they give the same result and the big boys, are lighter weight to wrestle around, are much cheaper, and take up less space in the garage.

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Revitalizer 1.jpg

Tiller Hitch Drawing.jpg

I would say the worst things about these is the fact that they like to jump around A LOT when you find a stone, or a partially erupted tree root.Other than that, they are a neat attachment to have. There was also a paper manual listed.http://www.ebay.com/itm/SIMPLICITY-TRACTOR-26-1-2-REVITALIZER-OWNERS-MANUAL-/380162482987?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item588373232b



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Shoot, I might go after it, just cuz I hope to have a broadmoor (round hood) to mow with next year. I've been using a 7000 Series, but its just too darn big for my yard. I need a small frame, and the round hood just look so stinkin cool.

Besides...It might adapt to an RBT...

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