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Do you need a puller to remove tire off a yardman riding mower?

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If you have successfully removed the wheel, You should be able to remove the tire, from the wheel, simply with a flat headed bar, or two.
Deflate the tire, then apply pressure, to break the bead.
Then insert the first bar to lever the tire over the edge.
Carefully repeat the process, and there you go.
Happy mowering:)

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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