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Rear wheel stuck on shaft

We have a punctured tyre on our Toro Workhorse mower. Trying to remove the wheel to take it to get the puncture fixed. I have removed the retaining bolt that locks the wheel to the drive shaft, but the wheel seems to be stuck on the shaft. Anyone know the safest way to free the wheel from the shaft? Thanks in advance, Keith

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Should be ale to take the lug nuts off and simply take the tire off if it is stuck on after taking the lug nuts off take a 2x4 and hit the back side of the rim a untill it comes off they do tend to stick on the hub.

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SOURCE: wheel rear wheel removal on a toro riding mower

take the bolt out of the center or the e clip off and the wheel should slide off but dont loose the key

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SOURCE: I am trying to remove the belt cover on a self

Probably 1 or 2 more cover bolts holding it on. If you get the model number of the machine (not just the name) and go to Toro.com, down near the bottom on the left side will be a link to "homeowner parts", click that and you will get a new screen that allows you to put in your model number. Another screen opens and you can see several options. You want to "Look Up Parts" from the red flags at the bottom. Click that, you will get an opportunity to select "Handle Group", "Engine Group", "Deck and Self-Propelled", or similar choices. Look at the deck selection and you will see all parts involved, and you will see where there are screws or other attachments holding your belt cover on.

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SOURCE: Stuck pull cord on Toro 6.5 self-propelled mower

1) Common problem when a mower sits for several weeks at a time between mowing;
check for extra grass debris to be glogged between the blade and the mower shell.

2) If the mower has a 'bail' or 'zone' control handle;
this releases a brake mechanism on the flywheel to allow it to rotate, and after it is running, releasing the lever will 'kill' the engine.

NOTE* when transporting a push mower in the trunk of a car, try to keep the mower as level as possible.

*extra note when mower has been transported in the back of a car;
sometimes the mower is placed in a trunk at such a severe angle that the oil from the crankcase is forced around the rings and sits on top of the piston so that when you try to pull the rope you have a 'hydra' lock. (that is when a liquid is between the piston and the spark plug) You cannot compress a liquid, so the rope appears stuck.

If this happens, remove the spark plug (make sure the loose plug wire is fastened away from any combustable that comes out of the spark plug hole *** AND THERE WILL BE A HUGE STREAM OF OIL AND GASOLINE, SO BE PREPARED TO CLEAN UP A MESS ***
pull as normal until fluid is dispelled from internal engine
clean or replace the spark plug
a few more pulls (no choke required) and you are up and going

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SOURCE: I have a Toro self

It sounds like your belt is slipping / loose and should be replaced. Hope this helps. Good Luck.
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SOURCE: I have a rear flat tyre on my lawnflite mower,does the holding bolt on the wheel undo clockwise or anti clockwise?

the bolt comes off counter clock wise but if the bolt is stuck the wheel will be also i just change them right on the mower

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