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    Simplicity 14hp Uses


    Kent

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    You can get to the taking-it-easy part of outdoor living faster with the new Simplicity Sovereign. 14 hardworking horses handle the toughest yard and garden tasks quickly and efficiently.

    Choose a 42" or 48" rotary mower. Or team up with trailing rotary mowers and professionally trim 11' swathes at a clip. (Mow a football field in 20 minutes.) Choose the drive that suits you best. Hydrostatic Drive gives you instant single lever control of ground speed and direction. Variable Speed Drive and flip-shift transmission also give you simple tractor control. Both allow you to change travel speed and direction quickly while attachments continue to run at the speed ideal for the job. Front dual lights are standard equipment.

    The electric powerlift is a work saving option that gives you precision positioning and finger-tip control over all attachments. The Sovereign teams up with a full range of optional attachments and accessories to make all season yard care Simplicity itself.

    42" and 48" Rotary Mowers.  
    Rotary Gang Trailing Mowers.  
    46" Sickle Bar Mower.  
    Vacuum Collector and Roving Nozzle. Dump Carts.  
    38" Lawn Revitalizer.  
    36" Lawn Roller.  
    36" and 42" Snow Throwers  
    42" and 46" Snow Plow and Dozer Blades.  
    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.  
    Rear Flood Light.  
    Hubcaps.  
    Front and Rear Wheel Weights.  
    Front and Rear Counterweights and Auxiliary Weights.  
    Electric Powerlift.  
    Tire Chains.  
    Snow Tire and Wheel Set.  
    Storage Covers.  
    Customer Tool Kit.  
    Hour Meter.
     

    Simplicity   14hp

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


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