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AYP / Craftsman / Sears Front 6″ Grey Rim No. 532439333

AYP / Craftsman / Sears Front 6″ Grey Rim No. 532439333. This is a original Craftsman lawn mower front wheel asm part number 583652701 and 106732×613. Comes with the bushings. Replaces part numbers 532106732, 532439333, 583652701, and 532106732.

AYP / Craftsman / Sears Front Drive Wheel No. 180775. This is a quality aftermarket front drive wheel that replaces AYP part number 180775.


AYP / Craftsman / Sears Rear Wheel No. 934-04714. This is an original equipment rear wheel. Replaces part numbers 934 04714, 93404714, 63404714, 634 04714 and 634-04714

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Retreading Your Lawn Mower Tires

With proper care and maintenance, a good lawn mower can last for decades. This means your machine will long outlast the tread on your tires, making your once self-propelled mower a push mower and making your job much harder. Here’s a simple trick to retread your mower tires and keep your mower running like new. All you need is some basic tools and a used bicycle tire, which you can probably get from a local bike shop for free.

You can do the same thing with any solid tires.

Step 2: Cut the Bicycle Tire

First, cut the tire to the length of the string. Then cut the sides off so the bicycle tread is the same width as your mower tire.

Put two screws into the end of the tread to start. Then wrap the tread around the tire, putting in a few screws as you go to hold it tight. Once you get to the other end, trim any extra and add two more screws. I ended up with seven screws total: two on each end and three spaced out around the tire.

Step 4: Repeat for Second Tire and Get Mowing

Once both tires are retreaded you’ll be amazed at how much better your mower pulls. If you live on a mountain, this is going to be very important. Of course, the next step is to find a gullible neighbor child who wants money more than free time and will mow your lawn for you.

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The OP is retrofitting an old mower of the same manufacturer that I bought new this summer. My mower came with plastic wheels with molded tread attached to a plastic hub. It’s a great mower but the ditch slope in the front yard along the street is greater than 20 degrees and the wheels lack traction even with it being self-propelled. After calling the manufacturer, there’s no retrofit rubber tire to replace except the same wheel. The OP’s retrofit may be worthwhile and could create a safer mowing environment. I would have to attach the bike tire tread with a stout rubber cement and a clamping strap to keep water and debris from collecting between the added rubber and the wheel. I think it would work well glued to the flat top surface and possibly without the need of flat-head screws.

My Toro Recycler 20331 came with rubber tires but now all they make is plastic tread tires for it which wear out in 1 season (both OEM and aftermarket, they are all plastic treads for my model). So I did this retread instead because rubber grips the turf SO MUCH BETTER THAN PLASTIC TREAD. I have a bank to mow and a good grip (which only rubber tread provides) is essential! If this retread method cost me 100, I would still do it because it would keep me safe on the bank and would work so much better. And if mounted to the tire well enough it should last a long time and would save money in the long run. So far it’s been 2 seasons and still holding up well for me. But I used DAP Flexible CLEAR Sealant as a glue as well as screws and I also used the sealant to caulk around the edges of the tread to keep dirt out.

I have found that a little bit of glue is a great addition to this retread.

My mower is front drive and I was worried the screws wouldn’t be enough so I used contact cement and screws. I was concerned when sideways pressure was applied the tread would slip off. Mowed today with it and worked fine.

Great idea for larger tires, but 3 inch to 5 inch tires usually don’t cost that much. Besides, extra rubber meeting any surface means extra friction as rolling resistance. There is already far too much rolling resistance in small tires.

Too much thought. Self tapping screws would be all that’s needed truthfully

Good idea, I have a entire jar of those.

I had the same idea myself but was planning on gluing on the tires. Think I will use glue and screws. Using string to measure is a great idea. I just need to find some good scissors or exacto to cut with.

Used mountain bike tires for my grandkids PowerWheel Car so he could ride in the yard and not the street.(too fast for street) was fun to do. The Dad sold it in garage sale last summer. Car was 4 years old when it sold. Love the DIY Re-Tread

Hardwood75 beat me to it. Powerwheels are begging for this treatment, as is my front wheel powered mower. Thanks!

A great use for old bicycle tires, and a neat solution to a vexing problem! Well done!

THIS is one of those “why didn’t I think of that?” moments. Kudos!

Im gonna do my hand trucks with this technique. thanks

Great idea! I’m going to use this on my kids powerwheels too.

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