How to NAT thru VPN tunnel on ASA 5505

we have a handful of site to site VPN connections and we are looking at adding another one, however, our internal ip scheme is 192.168.111.x and the company we want to connect too has a branch office that uses the same scheme so the routes would not allow this to work.  I know we will have to setup NAT for this tunnel, either sending or receiving, but I have never done that. on an ASA 5505
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Write your IOS version here (if you dont know how I will explain) and read about NAT policy. General idea is to have nat rule, before the main internet nat rule nad to collect data of interest, nat it and then to build crypto map with the new, NATTed ip addresses.
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