The John Deere 112 is a garden tractor model from the 100 series, manufactured from 1966 to 1974 by John Deere in Horicon, Wisconsin, USA. It was available in a two-wheel drive (2WD) version.
THe JD 112 used a gear type with variable pulley drive transmission with 4 forward and 1 reverse gear, manual steering, and an open operator station.
The John Deere 112 is equipped with one of three engines:
The Tecumseh HH100 (it was an original engine and used for the JD 112 through 1972): a 289 cc (23.7 cu·in) single-cylinder gasoline engine with 84.0 mm (3.31 in) of the cylinder bore and 70.0 mm (2.76 in) of the piston stroke. This engine produced 10.2 PS (7.5 kW; 10.0 HP) at 3,600 rpm of horsepower.
The Kohler K241AS (was introduced in 1969 as an optional engine): a 391 L (23.9 cu·in) single-cylinder gasoline engine with 82.6 mm (3.25 in) of the cylinder bore and 73.0 mm (2.87 in) of the piston stroke. This engine produced 10.2 PS (7.5 kW; 10.0 HP) at 3,600 rpm of horsepower.
The Kohler K301AS (was introduced in 1972 and used until 1974): a 476 L (29.0 cu·in) single-cylinder gasoline engine with 85.7 mm (3.37 in) of the cylinder bore and 82.6 mm (3.25 in) of the piston stroke. This engine produced 12.2 PS (9.0 kW; 12.0 HP) rpm of horsepower.
John Deere 39: 38″ mid-mount mower deck with 3-blade and right-discharge
960 mm (38 in)
John Deere 47: 46″ mid-mount mower deck
1,160 mm (46 in)
John Deere 43: 42″ front-mount blade
1,060 mm (42 in)
John Deere 43C: 42″ front-mount blade with manual-lift and manual-angle
1,060 mm (42 in)
John Deere 37/37A: 36″ front-mount snowblower
910 mm (36 in)
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