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 08-11-2009, 11:30 Post: 164847
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 Simplicity any good?

I'm shopping for a close-trim mower: around 42", front-mounted on a small rear-steer in the 10-15-HP range. (Would like a diesel but they all seem to be bigger.)

Some brands seem designed to be discarded after a couple of years; others are made to commercial-use standards. A brand called Simplicity (who ever thought up that name?) fills the bill; anybody know about its quality?






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 08-11-2009, 14:41 Post: 164852
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Auer;
I don't know anything about their latest machines, but if they are anything like the garden teractor my Dad had they must be OK.
I still have the Simplicity walk behind garden tractor that my Dad had with a front sicklebar mower, a rear cultivator, and a neat little mouldboard plow that I've lost somewhere.
It went thru a couple Biggs engines and still kept on going. I don't use it anymore but with a new engine It would work again. Frank.






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