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I have a lawnflite 920 ride on mower and cannot get the back wheel off to change a flat tyre. I have removed bolt at front, but the wheel won't budge, is it seized or do I need a special tool?

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Have you tried checking your fuel filter or your air breather?

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They usually put spring washers in there to keep things tight.
Try some good penetrating oil on the pivot bolt.
Last resort--loosen the bolt, use oil on it, retighten.

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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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Remove the plastic dust cover, remove the E clip holding it on the spindle, remove the spacer/thrust washer, slide wheel and tire of

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take cover off the top off deck and see if your belt have came off next turn deck sideways but before you turn it sideways take air filter off cause oil can come through and ruin the filter noe look and make sure the belt is on the pully

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