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John Deere rear rider transmission

I have a JD SX95 with a hole in the transmission case and will not shift. The Kaw 12.5 motor is good. Is there any aftermarket transmissions that i can use on this mower. Or should i just move the motor to a front engine mower.
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Hi Anthony, welcome to MLMF.

I did a little poking around and found this on the John Deere Green Part store.

John Deere Complete Transmission Assembly- MIA10318

Fits models:

You might have already found this out, but if not, it might help in locating a transmission to replace yours since it was evidently used on so many different models.

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