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60" mower. Famous Simplicity non- scalping design. Mows up to 4 acre an hour. Cutting height adjusts from I-5/8" to 3".
48" rotary tiller. Breaks up soil as deep as 8". Long-life, self-sharpening tines.
48 " rear rotary mower. Rear mounted on tractor. Ideal for mowing weeds and grass, in uneven terrain.


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57" sickle bar. Center mount. Cuts weeds and tall grass quickly.
Snow thrower. Cuts 52" swath. Non-clogging auger runs at speed suited to throwing distance. Driven by front PTO. Electric spout rotator.
60" snow plow/dozer blade. Front mounted . . . can be angled to 5 positions. Raised and lowered by hydraulic lift system.
Grader b lade. 60" wide. Rear mounted. Blade is reversible for back filling. Can be used with front end loader or snow thrower.


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12" moldboard plow. Rear mount, Gauge wheel and floating hitch maintains furrow depth.
Cultivator. Rear mounted. Covers 56" in one pass.
Front-end loader. Bucket lifting capacity 400 lbs., breakout force 650 lbs. Full hydraulic operation.

See your dealer for other attachments.

(Source:  The New Size Tractor  Simplicity 4041, Form 21-008, hand-dated 10-17-72, courtesy of Chris Geise)

 

 

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