How do you take the steering wheel off a Snapper lawn mower?
Locate the rolled pin that protrudes from both sides of the steering shaft at the center of the steering wheel. Place a flat-blade screwdriver on one end of the pin. Tap the screwdriver with a hammer to move the pin to one side.
Why is my riding mower hard?
Please make sure your tires are properly inflated. Then look along the steering shaft for a grease fitting, and grease the shaft. Check for any worn guides or bushings along the steering shaft. Look for a grease fitting down there as well as the axle and where the steering arms connect to the wheels and tires.