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Have LB 10252 with those big high 12" wheels in the rear. I need ONE. Have checked with ereplacementparts, partstree, Jack's Small Engines, and Stens. Unable to find anything except lots of references that the part is no longer available. Lawnboy p/n 99-5220. So are there any under the radar places that you know of ? Thanks. Can probably git this season out of it, maybe another, but it's pretty wobbly back there. Not well-designed - a wheel that large will stress the crap out of the hub. Thanks in advance.
 

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Wonder if the generic high wheel replacement parts would work? Any idea on the size?
 

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Yes. They are 12 Inches. Do you know where to find them?
 

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Try McMaster Carr or Graingers..they won't have it as a LB part...but if you have the hub diameter and outside diameter they would likely have something that you could use ...probably better than original part
 

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OK, thanks. I measured the wheel. It is 14" diameter, measuring the tread, too, not just the rim. So 12" will be too small. But I'll look at the other guys. With my luck the axle diameter will be wrong.
 

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Brad: They are 14" diameter, not 12.
 

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I did a Google search for that part number and did find 2 listings on eBay. Bill
 

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Thanks, fellas. I didn't know to ask for them as "high wheels". There's a lot out there , and I think the McMaster-Carr version has the highest weight bearing capability.
 

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I think the McMaster Carr ..and Grainger ones have center bearings also ...they cost more...but I think they will last your lifetime
 

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Another word. Measure the distance across the axle hole on the current and new wheels. Also the diameter of the hole. Now, if the shaft diameter and hole diameter are not right that is an easy fix. Someone on here, a long time ago, posted a fix. Drill out the hole on the new wheel and get a brass bushing of the right ID and press into the hole. Problem solved and brass on steel will last longer than plastic on steel. Now, if you can get a good replacement with bearings, you will never wear them out again!
 
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