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  • 42751-VA3-J00 Honda Lawn Mower Tire 8 inch (tire only) Fits Models HR214, HR215, HR216, HRA214, HRA215, HRC215 GENUINE OEM
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42751-VA3-J00 Honda Lawn Mower Tire 8 inch (tire only) Fits Models HR214, HR215, HR216, HRA214, HRA215, HRC215 GENUINE OEM

by Honda
31 customer reviews
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Product Description

This part fits with following models: HR194-21FRONT, HR194-2PREAR, HR194-21FRONT, HR194 SXA, HR195 PDA , HR195 PDA, HR195 SXA, HR195 SXA, HR194-21FRONT, HR214 PXA, HR194-21FRONT, HR194-2PREAR, HR194-21FRONT, HR194-2PREAR, HR194-21FRONT, HR214 SMA, HR194-21FRONT, HR194-2SREAR, HR194-21FRONT, HR194-2SREAR, HR194-21FRONT, HR194-2SREAR, HR214 SXA#1, HR194-2SREAR, HR214 SXA#2, HR215 HMA, HR215 HXA, HR215 PXA, HR215 SMA, HR215 SXA, HR215K1 HMA , HR215K1 HXA , HR215K1 HXA, HR215K1 SXA , HR215K1 SXA

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001AQK8WI
  • Item model number: 42751-VA3-J00
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,576 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 2, 2010
Have 2 older HR214 mowers, both with bald rear tires. These are almost impossible to get on "as is" unless your name is Hercules, but I figured out a trick. Heat a big pot of water to boiling, carefully drop the tire in the water & remove the pot from the heat. Let the tire soak in the hot water for approx 20 minutes, then carefully remove (careful, don't burn yourself!), place the wheel & the tire on an old folded up towel to soak up any water you might not be able to drain out from the inside and use a blunt screwdriver or similar tool to lever the tire onto the wheel. Took this 43 yr old woman approx less than 3 minutes. The hot bath will make the rubber nice and piable making it alot easier to get it on the wheel.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. Galway on June 12, 2012
Always the consummate cheapskate. I figured that it would be the cheapest and most eco-friendly to just get new rubber tires for my Honda Mower. After all, my local shop wanted $85.00 per wheel for new wheels. And, this is a commercial mower,heavy metal wheels. Another shop in town sells the entire wheel for $36.00 a much better deal.( I found out after I had gotten the tires, also that shop wanted $25.00 a wheel to install the new rubber tires! But...being cheap AND owning a tire store I figured no problem.

This is not an easy thing to do. Even with professional tools...I had to purchase a special machine. Even with the special machine it took someone with 30 years of experience changing tires two and a half hours to change four tires. Humbling i know. I found that the best method was to boil them for ten to fifteen minutes and then swear like a sailor for the entire time I was getting them on. Mission accomplished however the final tire did split on the seam about two inches(Damn, there go's another tire) However if that one does not hold up I will just purchase the entire wheel next time. I would have sent the tires back but I bought them on Ebay and no return policy.

Again, while it's do-able and perhaps inviting. Next time I will buy the wheel entire and save myself the money and time.

Save yourself! Just buy the new wheel, you can even save some weight and buy the new poly-wheels

Cheers!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tigerakp on July 1, 2014
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For years the tires on the rear of our lawnmower were wearing away to nothing. One got so bad that it actually ate away at the hard plastic rim as well. So when it came time to finally replace them when our 15 year old son constantly complained at how difficult it was to mow the neighbor's very uneven lawn, we finally decided to research where we could even find replacement parts for our ancient piece of yard equipment.

It sure took some digging to locate specific part numbers for what we needed, and in the process we found out our mower was over 30 years old! Damn thing still runs great though. No complaints there!

So, we find the parts we need. One rear wheel needs the whole assembly replaced. Item found and price not bad. $28. Then we find the tire. This part here. Price also not so bad...$17. Our local establishment would have to order the parts and was going to charge almost $100 for the same two parts. Thank God for Amazon and it's affiliates!

Our only complaint on this tire...it's a downright pain in the ass to try and get back on the plastic wheel rim! Difficult didn't even begin to describe the amount of time my husband battled with this tire. I sat on the computer looking for tips on how to "stretch" or soften the tire to help my husband get it on the wheel. Ultimately, after nearly two hours of continuous battle, his brute strength and determination finally won. The rubber tire was successfully on the plastic wheel and the wheel was back on the mower and gliding nicely across the lawn.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bruce_in_ma on April 17, 2011
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The tire it self, came promptly, packed well and no problems there.
This was defiantly not easy to install a new tire and I have done a lot of mechanical work through out my time.
First of all my Honda lawnmower is a HRM215HXA and the tire was NOT a one to one replacement, meaning the new tire I got had extra rubber up and around the lip, so I had to cut some away, that in it self was not fun, if you cut to much away it will not stay on, if you cut nothing away, you will not be able to make it fit (on my model). But it is better to have to much rubber that to little rubber when buying this tire. It seems that Honda changed and modified tire and wheel a lot of times under each revision and made modifications almost every time. It also matters what way the tire is mounted, on the sidewall there is two rubber rings, they have to be on the outside (not explained anywhere). The tire is not symmetrical, meaning the inside side wall and lip are different from the outside one (the one with the two rings).
Like other reviewers have said, heat is the name of the game. Just the rubber tire has to me warmed up (not the white plastic). It seemed 300 degrees for 15 minutes in a oven, should do the trick (preheat the oven first before putting in the tire, and put it on aluminum foil), the warmer the more playable the tire is, but you do not want to melt it. Boiling it might be a more safe way to do it (max 212 degrees), like somebody suggested, but the rubber might not get as playable as needed.
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