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    Introduction to the 725


    Kent

    put yourself in the driver's seat. . .

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    Simplicity 725 -- Model No. 270 (shown with 42" Rotary Mower)  
    U.S. Pat Off. Nos. 2801510, 2869304 and 2924928

    • Rugged 7-1/4 hp. 4-cycle Briggs & Stratton engine has EASY-SPIN starting
       
    • Positive NO-SLIP traction even on slippery surfaces with Traction Differential
       
    • Engine heat and exhaust blown away from driver 
       
    • Top speed a smooth 6 mph. (additional speed ranges available)
       
    • Conveniently placed foot brake controls both rear wheels
       
    • Smooth, efficient power flow with 3 convenient take-off positions (front, center, rear) eliminates costly, extra engines 
       
    • On-a-dime maneuverability, easy handling with 3-1/3-to-1 steering ratio
       
    • 42" FULL-FLEX mower mounts on front axle to follow angle of front wheels over contours, never scalps
       
    • All controls conveniently located for easy handling and easy service access

    [Source: 1963 Simplicity Lawn & Garden Catalog, courtesy of Ronald Miksa]


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