Simplicity Cobalt


The Zero Simplicity Cobalt Giro Specked Simplicity is the greatest and powerful zer o-rotation cutter than the Simplicity team produces. If you are looking for something a little less powerful and with a narrower cut width, then you may be interested in checking the simplicity champion, Simplicity ZT4000 or the Simplicity Citation Cortacéspedes. Cobalt obtains its power from an Vanguard Big Block engine designed and manufactured by Briggs and Stratton. The 2-cylinder engine has a power of 30 hp. The engine is launched with the help of a 1 2-volt battery produced by 340 cold starting amps. The engine consumes fuel from a tank that can contain up to 37. 9 liters of gasoline. A fuel tank of this size indicates that this corteped is usually used by commercial garden and landscape contractors instead of private owners.

Simplicity Cobalt’s motor power is transferred to the rear wheels through a double Hydro-Gear hydrostatic transmission. This gearbox provides the short of infinite speeds in advance, as well as infinite speeds in reverse. More importantly, this transmission gives cobalt the ability to control the speed and direction of each rear wheel regardless of the other, which is what allows you to run zero radio turns.

The Simplicity Cobalt platform has a decent width of 61 inches. It has a rear roller system to flatten the grass just after cutting it, which leaves a very pleasant and clean appearance to the grass. The cobalt cuttail platform can be adjusted from a decline of only 1. 75 inches above the ground to a high of 5 inches above the ground in 0. 2 5-inch increases that allow the operator to almost always obtain the height of the height of the height ofcut they want.

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