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    Wonder-Boy Features


    Kent

    Check these outstanding features

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    SPEED AND FUEL CONSUMPTION

    Under normal load and mowing conditions, average operating speeds are 2 to 3 mph in low and 3 to 5 mph in high.

    Under the same conditions, and average carburetor adjustments, fuel consumption is 1-1/2 to 2 quarts per hour.

    TURNING AND MOWING RADII

    Turns easily to outside of a 11/4 ft. radius; completely inside a 4-1/2 ft. radius. With 32" rotary mower, cuts to outside of a 24" radius. With 59" gang mowers, cuts smoothly to outside of 1-1/2 ft. radius.

    CLIMBING AND STABILITY

    Operates safely, easily and comfortably on grades up to 40% ... straight up or down, quartering or along sides.

    AREA CUTTING. MULCHING, PLOWING

    With 24" rotary lawn mower
    - 1 acre per hr. at high speed
    - 5/8 acre per hr. at low speed
    With 32" rotary lawn mower
    - 1-3/8 acres per hr. at high speed
    - 3/4 acre per hr. at low speed
    With 30" reel mower
    - 1-1/4 acres per hr. at high speed
    - 3/4 acre per hr. at low speed
    With 30" reel and two gang companion mowers
    - 2-3/4 acres per hr. at high speed
    - 1-5/8 acres per hr. at low speed
    With 36" grader and snow blade
    - Will clear path over 2,000 ft. long, 6 ft. wide, in 4" of snow in I hr. at high speed; 1,200 ft. at low speed. Angled swath 30".
    With half-ton cart
    - Will easily handle up to 1,000 lbs. of all types of material.

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


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