How to Remove the Wheel From a John Deere L110 Riding Mower

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Things You'll Need

  • Wooden blocks

  • Jack

  • Jack stand

  • Flat-head screwdriver

The John Deere L110 lawn mower features a 17.5-horsepower Kohler engine, a fully welded frame, and a 42-inch mower deck. The front and rear tires are different sizes. The front wheels are smaller and are 15 inches in diameter, and the rear wheels are 20 inches. Different obstacles in your yard can cause damage and puncture the tires. Removing the tire is necessary to repair. The front and rear tires are removed the same way.


Step 1

Park the lawn tractor on a hard, level surface. Set the parking brake and remove the key from the ignition.

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Step 2

Place the wooden blocks behind the rear two wheels so the mower will not slide. Place the jack under the front of the lawn mower, directly under the frame, and raise it off the ground. Place the jack stands on both the right and left side of the frame, in front of the tires. Lower the tractor down onto the jack stands, and slide out the jack.

Step 3

Remove the plastic cap located in the middle of the tire by hand; this will expose the axle and snap ring. Pry the snap ring off with the flat-head screwdriver.

Step 4

Remove the washer, tire, and shim washers from the axle.


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