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    Model LC Walker




    Compare this tractor with any other in its size and power range and you'll see why the LC tops its class in usefulness, operating ease and economy.   It's easy to maneuver - moves forward or in reverse with just a touch of the handy shift lever. All geared transmission and specially engineered axle supply just the right power when you need it for the job at hand. Big bar-tread, low pressure tires assure maximum drawbar pull. Power-weight ratio for maximum work ability.   The LC is popular too, because initial cost is low, operating efficiency high, and you can choose from a full line of easy-to-mount, job-engineered attachments.


    ENGINE: 3 hp, 4-cycle, Briggs & Stratton, single cylinder, air-cooled, Lo-tone Muffler and recoil starter featuring
    "Easy-Spin" starting.
    SPEEDS: 2 forward and reverse, 1-1/2 and 2 mph in forward.
    TRANSMISSION: Carburized, hardened, grease-lubricated gears. Bronze bearings and steel housing for rugged dependability. Lever for easy shifting between forward and reverse.
    FRAME: Rugged 1-piece high tensile steel frame gives lasting strength.
    HANDLES: Heavy tubular, reinforced, completely adjustable, with gleaming white plastic grips.
    TIRES: 5.00 x 12, chevron tread, 20" to 25" tread depending on wheel mounting.
    CLUTCHES: "Soft-action" belt clutch using spring loaded idlers for safety and convenience. Long wearing, extra heavy belts give built-in dependability.
    CLEARANCE: 10-1/2" at the rear axle.
    SHIPPING WEIGHT: 200 lbs.

    Source: 1962 Simplicity Lawn and Garden   Power Equipment product catalog, courtesy of John Boesch (loan of original)   and Steve Johnson (color photocopy)

    Edited by Kent

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