If you've ever tried removing wheels from the Horse tillers you know that at times they can be a true nightmare. I heard of guys cutting the axles or cutting the wheels off the axles or running the tiller without the pins in the wheels, trying to get them loosened from the axle. Fast forward to a couple days ago I figured I'd take the wheels off my 20+ yr. old Horse and clean the axles and wheels. I knocked the pins out, jacked it up and the wheels literally just slid off with a gentle tug. I am so grateful to the PO for keeping this machine so well maintained. I knew by the condition of the tiller when I bought it a couple years ago that it was well cared for. Anyway, I cleaned off the grease from the axles and inside the wheels and applied a coat of Never Seize and re-installed the wheels and pins. I'm a very happy camper.