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Change tire I can't get the pin out of the rim so that I can change a tire. How can I get it out? The model is an LT1080 Hydraulic

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I am going to assume that you cant get the wheel slid off the axle shaft. Your best bet is to remove the tire from the wheel with it still on the tractor. The same way they do farm tractors.I put the rear of the mower on a concrete block and use two screw drivers to remove the tires on the mower. What ever you do do not beat on the inside of the wheel with a big hammer with hopes of driving the wheel off the axle shaft. The axle shaft is held in with a paper thin C clip that will let go and the axle will slide out. Then the transaxle will have to be removed and disassembled to put a new one on.

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