Tread patterns for riding lawnmowers are generally offered in two designs: rib and traction tread.
Every Thursday, at about seven in the morning, you might hear them out there. No, it’s not the CIA in their black helicopters; it’s the lawn crew mowing my lawn. We don’t really pay attention to the machines that keep our yards looking great, but the lawn mowers are very important. When one of these machines has a flat, it stops the whole process and the guy driving the lawn mower will be sitting around until the tire is repaired. One person estimated a flat on a commercial lawn mower would cost at least $100 in down time—talk about waste!August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden tire
Changing a riding mower or garden tractor tire is similar to changing your car's tire. Some mowers have a series of lug nuts that attach the wheel to the machine, while others only have one bolt. Check your mower to find out which type it is, and use the correct tool for the job.August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden tire
A lot goes into choosing a proper lawn mower tires. That’s why it’s crucial to understand the two basic areas: the shoulders and the treads. Find out the essentials in this straightforward article on lawn mower tires!August 07, 2013 Posted in lawn and garden tire
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