Fitting Mower Wheel
Worn out wheels is common, as the tires lose grip the self drive becomes less efficient, which means more pushing. Do yourself and your mower a favor, go ahead and replace worn out wheels.
This video walks you through the whole process step by step.
You’ll find useful resources on this page, tips, links to tools, parts and supplies required to complete your repair.
Fitting a mower wheel is easy, it’s a 5 to 10 minute job, but wow what a difference new rubber makes.
Your worn out mower tires are losing a ton of traction and your leg muscles have to make up the difference. So if your mower tires are bald go ahead and replace them, you’ll be glad you did.
Tools & Parts
To nail this procedure you may need the following tools, parts and supplies.
Ratchet Tool Set
Before we can do anything, we'll need tools. I've selected this set as I own some Craftsman tools and while I have worn some out, they did do a lot of work. So I expect this set will last the occasional user quite a long time.
This set carries both metric and standard sockets and that's important, because some mowers will have both type of fastener sizes. Set includes spark plug sockets. Picture links to Amazon.com