Power centers are located at the front, center and rear of the B-1, providing live power to operate all implements no matter where they mount. Notice, too, the excellent clearance for ease of mounting the rotary mower and sickle bar.
|7-1/4 HORSEPOWER DEPENDABILITY||Equipped with a mechanical governor, the B-1's remarkable power plant develops a full 7-1/4 hp at 3600 rpm . . . plenty of power to perform any job. Briggs & Stratton service is close by, too.|
|A complete 12-volt electrical system . . . battery, generator-starter and all, is standard equipment. Electric light kits available.|
|Controlled height of mounted implements is a cinch with the "easy-lift" control lever. Its leverage ratio does the work.|
|A new spur-gear differential provides driving torque to both wheels at all times . . . provides special traction even when one wheel spins.|
[Source: Scan of B-1 sales brochure, date unknown, courtesy of Karl Brandt, webmaster of the Vintage Garden Tractor Page]