|Not our mower. Same model, but not rusty enough.|
You start by popping off the hub cap and removing an E-clip.
Pulling off the wheel reveals the gears that drive the blades.
The gears were bone dry, so I applied a healthy coating of grease to the teeth, then repeated on the other side.
I also sprayed a thin coat of WD-40 on the blades, per the manufacturer's instruction.
|Preview of our new and improved back yard.|