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    Simplicity 10hp Uses


    Kent

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    The light heavy-weight of the Simplicity line. The hard-working Landlord with built-in muscle . . . and versatility.

    The standard electric starter gets you going with the turn of a key ... just like your car. It's a Simplicity safety starter with a neutral interlock to make sure you get started right, when the machine's not in gear. Once you're going, the big 42" rotary mower cuts up to 2 acres per hour. Hydrostatic or Variable Speed Drive lets you go at the speed that's best for the job. Touch-O-Matic ® clutching gives you controlled inching while you keep both hands on the wheel for steering around difficult spots. The controlled traction differential helps reduce scuffing and gives you limited-slip action too. Transfers some power to the wheel that has the best grip on things.

    The Landlord gives you three power take-off points . . .   front, center and rear . . .   to operate a variety of design-matched attachments. An optional electric power lift precision positions them at the simple touch of a lever.

    All season optional attachments and accessories.

    42" Rotary Mower.  
    Rotary Gang Trailing Mowers.  
    46" Sickle Bar Mower.  
    Vacuum Collector and Roving Nozzle.  
    Dump Cart.
    38" Lawn Revitalizer.  
    36" Lawn Roller.  
    36" Snow Thrower.  
    42" and 46" Snow Plow and Dozer Blade.  
    Snow Cab.  
    36" Tiller and Tine Extensions.  
    10" Moldboard Plow.  
    Cultivator. Spring Tooth Harrow.  
    42" Grader Blade.
    540 rpm. Power Take-Off for Farm Applications.
    Front and Rear Ball Hitches.  
    Front Dual Lights.  
    Rear Flood Light.  
    Hubcaps.
    Front and Rear Wheel Weights.  
    Front and Rear Counterweights and Auxiliary Weights.  
    Electric Powerlift.  
    Dual Wheel Spacers.  
    Tire Chains.  
    Snow Tire and Wheel Set.  
    Storage Covers.  
    Customer Tool Kit.  
    Hour Meter.
     

    Simplicity   10hp

    [Source: 1971 Simplicity catalog, hand-dated 1/21/71, courtesy of Chris Geise.]


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