The Simplicity 7116 is a 2WD garden tractor from the 7100 series. This tractor was manufactured by Simplicity in Port Washington, Wisconsin, USA from 1979 to 1986. The Simplicity 7116 is equipped with a 0.5 L (32.4 cu·in) single-cylinder gasoline engine and a hydrostatic transmission with infinite forward and reverse gears.
The Simplicity 7116 garden tractor used the Briggs & Stratton 326437 engine. It is a 0.5 L, 531 cm2, (32.4 cu·in) single-cylinder natural aspirated gasoline engine with 90.0 mm (3.54 in) of the cylinder bore and 83.0 mm (3.27 in) of the piston stroke. This engine produced 16.2 PS (11.9 kW; 16.0 HP) at 3,600 rpm of output power.
The Simplicity 7116 is equipped with manual steering, an open operator station, and 11.4 liters (3.0 US gal.; 2.5 Imp. gal) fuel tank.
Following attachments are available for the Simplicity 7116 garden tractor:
- Mid-mount Simplicity 42 in (1,060 mm) mower deck
- Mid-mount Simplicity 48 in (1,210 mm) mower deck
- Front-mount Simplicity 46 in (1,160 mm) blade
- Front-mount Simplicity 36 in (910 mm) snowblower
- Front-mount Simplicity 42 in (1,060 mm) snowblower
Simplicity 7116 Specifications
|Fuel tank capacity||11.4 liters (3 US gal.; 2.5 Imp. gal)|
|Cabin type||Open operator station|
|Engine model||Briggs & Stratton 326437|
|Engine type||Four-stroke, air-cooled|
|Displacement||0.5 L, 531 cm2, (32.4 cu·in)|
|Bore and stroke||90.0 mm X 83.0 mm (3.54 in X 3.27 in)|
|Horsepower||16.2 PS (11.9 kW; 16 HP) at 3,600 rpm|
|Transmission and chassis|
|Gears||Infinite forward and reverse|
|Speed||Forward: 11.3 kmh (7 mph) Reverse: 6.4 kmh (4 mph)|
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