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    Dennis Chroninger
    Where can i get front tires for the weedeater one mowerAnswered
    Parts Question posted May 26, 2011 by Dennis Chroninger , last edited May 19, 2012
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    Question:
    Where can i get front tires for the weedeater one mower

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    Scott W.

    Thank you for contacting Answer ARMY.

    You can find your local Weed Eater dealers for sales and service as well as manuals and a place to order parts using the link provided http://www.weedeater.com choose the appropriate link at the bottom of the page.

    Service Locator  (Canadian customers use postal code no spacing)
    Contact Us
    Download Manuals (Operator's and IPL's)
    Order Parts (This is a third party company not Weed Eater)  or can contact local dealer.

    Your local dealer is your best and fastest source of information.

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    • Scott W.

      Thank you for contacting Answer ARMY.

      You can find your local Weed Eater dealers for sales and service as well as manuals and a place to order parts using the link provided http://www.weedeater.com choose the appropriate link at the bottom of the page.

      Service Locator  (Canadian customers use postal code no spacing)
      Contact Us
      Download Manuals (Operator's and IPL's)
      Order Parts (This is a third party company not Weed Eater)  or can contact local dealer.

      Your local dealer is your best and fastest source of information.

    • Joe Armstrong

      I checked with my local Weed Eater Authorized service (75 miles up the road).  He said he couldn't get the 10x4.00 4 tires.  Checked with the local Tractor Factory and they said I could use 11x4.00 but would have to re-adjust the tilt on the deck.  No problems.

       

      the front tires split on the sidewalls - service center and Tractor Factory said "made in China" - you get what you pay for.

      • Joe Armstrong

        Yep - you get what u pay for "made in china".  Best bet, I found, was Western Auto/True Value.  Get the 11x4.00 AND innertubes.  I also had them put a bottle of "slime" into the innertube (we have lots of goat heads and medquite thorns here in high desert).  Re-setting the height on the cutting deck is a no-brainer and took a crescent wrench and about 10 minutes (thats 5 minutes getting up and down with a peg leg).

        I checked and Tractor Factory could "order" the tires but would take 10-14 business days to come in - - Western Auto had them in storck.

        Joe

         

    • Bob Abowie

      Harbor Freight sells wheels that will work.  It's just that they have 5/8" bearings that you need to change out to use 3/4" ID bearings 

      Flanged Wheel Bearing 3/4"x1 3/8"

      You will need a pair.  Ace hardware sells them in their drawers, but they are expensive and eBay is about half price.  Then you need some 3/4" fender washers to use as spacers.  Once you have done that, if you ever need a tire or tube again, it's cheap, quick, and easy.  Harbor Freight or any Home Depot or Lowes will have the parts handy.

       

    • Joe Armstrong

      Yep - you get what u pay for "made in china".  Best bet, I found, was Western Auto/True Value.  Get the 11x4.00 AND innertubes.  I also had them put a bottle of "slime" into the innertube (we have lots of goat heads and medquite thorns here in high desert).  Re-setting the height on the cutting deck is a no-brainer and took a crescent wrench and about 10 minutes (thats 5 minutes getting up and down with a peg leg).

      I checked and Tractor Factory could "order" the tires but would take 10-14 business days to come in - - Western Auto had them in storck.

      Joe