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As long as height/width are the same or close to,, I don't see to much of an issue. The biggest part will be to get the front clutch/pto orientated in the correct locating.

If you used a base plate, made to fit your craftsman motor, sized to fit onto the existing tractor frame, it sure saves a lot of grief. An added bonus is if it's say 1/2" shorter in height, you can add a spacer between frame and new motor plate,,,

The big one is to orient the crank, so it sits in the same relative horizontal position as what you take out. (Saves a lot of guess work with belt sizing)
 
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