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    Question John Deere 111 Transmission Upgrade

    I was thinking about upgrading the 1985 111 riding lawn mower I just bought from the 11hp B&S to a 2cyl 22hp B&S that my brother gave me a little while ago. I realized that with that I will need to likely upgrade the transmission. Anyone know of some good transmission options? Any challenges I need to brace for? Spent a 4 hours look on google via various terms, not easy to find. Thanks.

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    Was hoping someone knew where I could research this.

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    Bigger engine may fit but bigger trans may not.Hydro trans. is the axle too.So like the off a garden tractor would be to wide.
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