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Is It Time to Replace Your Lawn Mower Tires?
Let's say you recently took your lawn mower out of storage, fired it up, and started mowing the grass on your lawn. Before you finish, one of the tires seems to lose air pressure faster than usual. Or you notice dry rot on them. Either way, it might be time to replace your mower tires with new ones from Bradley Mowers.
Five Reasons It's Time to Replace Your Lawn Mower Tires
There are five reasons that it's time for new lawn mower tires:
- The tire sidewall is displaying dry rot
- The tire loses air pressure fast
- The tread has many cuts or pieces missing
- Slipping when climbing or descending hills
- The ride is rough while mowing
Tire Sidewall is Displaying Signs of Dry Rot
Lawn tractor tires are a vital accessory for lawnmowers. They get the mower to where it needs to be, and they provide stability while cutting. If you see signs of dry rot, which shows as cracks on the sidewalls and tread, then it may be time to replace them.
Tire Loses Air Pressure Over a Short Amount of Time
When your tires lose air pressure fast, it's a sign they're losing elasticity and won't hold air. To fix this, you'll need to replace them with new lawn tractor tires. Lawn mower accessories like lawn mower wheels are also available from Bradley Mowers.
The Tread Has Many Cuts or Pieces Missing
It's crucial to have the right lawn mower replacement wheels. If you see chunks missing from the tread, it might be time to replace your tires. This damage can happen because of dry rot and loss of air pressure. If you don't take care to replace your lawn mower accessories, this can cause excess wear and tear on your lawn mower, leading to costly repairs.
Slipping When Climbing or Descending Hills
Signs that it's time to replace your lawn mower tires include traction loss going up or down hills and reduced contact between the tires and the ground. If your lawn mower is slipping when climbing or descending hills, you should consider replacing the lawn mower tires. The lawn mower wheels are the source of traction for the lawn mower, so if they're old and worn out, it will cause problems with traction.
Ride Is Rough While Mowing
If your mower feels rough when cutting your lawn, it may need its wheels replaced. One cause is loose or worn bushings, which will cause a wobble in the wheels as they rotate. Many other issues could cause a problem with how your mower cuts, and it's always best to consult a professional before making any decisions.
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