Simplicity Broadmoor


The Simplicity Broadmoor mower is not as big and powerful as the Simplicity Prestige or Simplicity Conquest, but it is still very capable of handling medium to long grass. When purchasing the new Broadmoor, you have a choice of 3 different engines that it comes with, all designed and built by Briggs and Stratton, which are all pretty similar. The first is a 2-cylinder Briggs & Stratton Vanguard engine producing 20 bhp. The second is a Briggs & Stratton Professional Series, 2-cylinder engine that also produces 20 bhp. The third option is a 22 hp Briggs & Stratton Professional Series. All three of these engines are started by a 12-volt battery that produces 230 cold cranking amps.

There is only one option for streaming on the Simplicity Broadmoor. This is a Tuff Torq K57 Hydro hydrostatic transmission. This hydrostatic gearbox makes operating the mower very easy as there is no need to change gear. Simply use the accelerator to accelerate or reverse and the brake to slow down. The Broadmoor’s top speed is 9. 3 km/h.

Depending on the engine that is used, the size of the cutting deck that the mower incorporates varies. The 20 hp Briggs and Stratton Professional Series engine comes with a 46-inch mower deck as standard. The 20-hp Briggs and Stratton Vanguard Series engine is paired with a 52-inch deck. The 22-hp powered mower comes with a 44-inch deck as standard. The mower deck height is easily adjustable from a maximum height of 3. 75 inches to a minimum height of 1 inch above the ground. Adjustments are made electrically which is a bit different as most mowers have a hand operated lever to change the height of the mower deck. Click here to purchase the Simplicity Broadmoor.

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