John Deere 110 Garden Tractor 1963-1974

The John Deere 110 was the first garden tractor that Deere & Company produced from 1963-1974. The Kohler K166, 7hp, 1 cylinder gasoline engine was only used in 1963 and was replaced by the 8hp Kohler 181S in 1964. Available as an option beginning in the 1972 model year was the Kohler K241AS, 10hp, 1 cylinder, gasoline, air cooled engine.

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The transmission was a peerless belt-driven gear manual with mechanical CVT and had 3 forward and 1 reverse speed.

The model 110 was available with 38, 39 and 46 inch mower decks.

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John Deere LT166 LTR166 16hp Briggs

The John Deere LT166 and LTR166 (rear discharge) lawn tractor was manufactured from 1998 to 2001.

John Deere LT166
The mower was equipped with a Briggs & Stratton 16HP air cooled, 2 cylinder gasoline engine.

Electrical system is 12 volts, oil capacity 1.6 quarts and fuel capacity 2 gallons.

The transmission is a Tuff-Torq K51 hydrostatic controlled by two right-side foot pedals.

The available mower deck sizes were 38, 42 and 48 inches.  John Deere also made a 42 inch front blade model 4291M with a manual lift.

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