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|Chad||I need to remove the left front tire on my John Deere GX345. I have removed the plastic cap but I am now at a loss as to how to remove the tire. Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks!
|Dave||Chad - There's a snap ring that holds the wheel onto the spindle. You'll need a pair of external retaining ring pliers to engage the two holes on the snap ring, and then spread the ring open to get it out of its groove on the spindle. Once the snap ring is removed, the wheel should slide off the spindle. - Dave