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This video will cover wheel replacement on a walk-behind lawn mower. Depending on your model number, these instructions may vary slightly. Walk-behind lawn mower wheels sometimes need to be replaced due to worn wheel bushings, worn tread, or a broken wheel hub. Make sure you have the correct size replacement wheel for your mower. Many wheels look alike. Refer to your operator's manual for the proper wheel.
To remove a damaged wheel, start by removing the spark plug wire.
If the mower has a height adjuster, place it in a position that allows easy access to the wheel bolts.
Using a socket, unbolt the wheel and remove it from the mower.
Lubricate the wheel bushings with a dry lubricant, like graphite, when installing the new wheel to promote longer life of the wheel bushings.
Tighten the wheel nut and adjust the height of the wheel to match the other three.
Replace the spark plug wire, and you're done!.