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Red headed stepchild

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So, the red headed stepchild Homlite / Simplicity was finally up and runnign and put to work. Stole the winter shoes from my 7119/8, rebuilt the carb, and got her up and runnin'. Freed up the Sundstrand, tightened up the steering, electic lift works, a good power bath, and................all of the lights work! Not quite up to speed yet as far as I am concerned, theBriggs needs some help. But it earned a little bit of keep today. Any Homelite boys interested?8D

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Brettw

I'll be darned. This one has the blue paint underneath, but everything points to a factory Simplicity paint and decal setup. And here after posting in talking tractors, we all thought it was an anomaly or maybe someone did, years ago, take a Homelite and make it a Simplicity. Hmmmm interesting. Port musta had a run of spare parts!

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