Riding Mower and Tractor: Flat tire

Check your tractor tires regularly. When a tire goes flat, you can often repair it with tire sealant. You can also sometimes install an inner tube to repair leaks that you can't fix the leak with tire sealant. Replace the tire if you find too much damage to repair.

These repairs may help solve your Riding Mower and Tractor problem:

Replace the riding mower front tire

Front tire

Riding lawn mower tires are durable, but like all tires they wear out over time or can be punctured. Replace a damaged front lawn tractor tire with a new one that's the same size as the other front tire.

For manuals, repair guides, and specific part recommendations, enter your model number.

Replace the riding mower rear tire

Rear tire

Rear tires on a riding lawn mower need deep tread for good traction to move the mower through the grass when mowing. Replace a worn or damaged rear tire with one that's the same size as the other rear tire.

For manuals, repair guides, and specific part recommendations, enter your model number.