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Re: simplicity vs john deere

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J Hamilton

07-13-2020 05:05:14

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A guy I work with has a 20 year old Simplicity and he loves it, but it's 20 years old, and we all know the older machines were built much better lol

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07-13-2020 15:44:53

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 Re: simplicity vs john deere in reply to J Hamilton, 07-13-2020 05:05:14  
First mow with my Simplicity...really did a nice job and was fun to drive!!! I think itís a keeper👍

I will say, Iím a believer that the older stuff was definitely built better!

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Traditional Farmer

07-14-2020 03:13:25

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 Re: simplicity vs john deere in reply to Yardfanatic, 07-13-2020 15:44:53  
In Page County VA there were a lot of AC/simplicity garden tractors sold by a local dealer back in the 60's and 70's many are still used regularly.I had an
AC 716 with a tiller I used for years sold it to a friend he is still using it in his garden.JD made good machines back then too.Some of the toughest were Massey Ferguson like the 14,16 and the 1450,1650 but the decks didn't seem to hold up too well.

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