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The self propelled front wheels have nothing to do with the rear wheels. If the rear wheels are locking up it may be that the nuts or bolts are to tight. Did you just purchase this mower? There should be a spacer between the wheels and frame so when you tighten up the bolts or nuts they dont compress the wheels againt the frame. Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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