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    3112 Features


    Compare these Features of the 3112

    pg6_gang.jpg urbbul3a.gifurbbul3d.gifRotary Trailing Mower completely new from Simplicity,   this tandem arrangement of three 48- Rotary Mowers - one mounted and two trailing -- lets you level a full 11 ft. swath in one pass. Lets one man do the work of three.

    Enough power to handle a 42" Snow Thrower . . .   a 48" mounted Rotary Mower with Patented no-scalp feature . . . 5-gang mower that levels a 98" wide swath in one pass . . . or new tandem hook-up of three 48" Rotary Mowers that cover a full 11 ft. spread (see photo)  

    Controlled Traction Differential -- when one wheel is on slippery surface, the other wheel continues to drive  

    Choice of Hydrostatic or Variable Speed Drive    

    Easy-Spin Starter with 40-ampere hour automotive battery (unlike smaller competitive batteries) for instant response that lets you get on and go  

    Quick-Switching attachments that let you change implements in minutes without tools (we invite time comparison)  

    Plus weatherproof controls . . . Easily accessible service points . . . Pivoting seat deck for easy access to tractor drive . . . Provisions for seat adjustment fore and aft . . . High frame for maximum clearance . . . Power take-off positioned to direct the engine power to front, center and rear of tractor . . . Optional headlights, adjustable up and down, in and out.


    Obstruction along one side? It's no problem for this versatile unit. You simply unhook one of the trailing units--on either side--and go on with your work. This kind of maneuverability lets you mow under low hanging branches and squeeze through tight spots. .. then go "full tandem" again and level a wide 11 ft. swath.


    urbbul3a.gif For use on 3112 tractor
    urbbul3d.gif For use on 2210 tractor

    [Source: Simplicity -- for picture perfect outdoor maintenance, 1969 Product Catalog, Form No. 868, courtesy of John Boesch]

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