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i find the when they are stuck that bad you will break more by trying i pop of the beads with a pry bar and just change the tires right on the machine keep in mind if the outside has rust the wheel where the tire seals will as well if so put in a tube it will save you time later
You will have to go to a tire shop, because a special machine is used to remove/install the tires. If there is a nail in it, on top. The tire can be patched for under $5, and often free. But the tire still needs to come off the rim.
Sounds like you could be running on one cylinder. I assume you have a two cylinder B&S, Tecumseh, or Kawasaki. Remove one spark plug at a time and try driving the mower. If you have nothing on one spark plug and drives exactly the same with the other, then you have a dead cylinder. Can be a spark problem, unlikely a fuel problem assuming a single carb, a bad head gasket, bent push rods. A lot of B&S Vanguard engines, including mine, have a tendency towards bent push rods.
hello...is the tire loose but still on the rim...the sidewalls no longer engage the rim tight to hold air but still aroung the rim loose....If that's the case, get a jack, can of fix a flat, and a small ratcheting hold down strap.....jact the tire off the ground.....wrap the strap around the tire and ratchet it tight to get the beads of the tire to touch the rim....then commect the fix a flat or, if you have ,,,air from compressor to inflate the tire,,,,might have to work it a little to get the tire to reseat on the rim....this should work for you....once the tire is seated on the rim....stop inflating the tire until you remove the strap or you migh have a problem getting it to release from the tire if fully inflated....