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Category: Small Engine
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Experience:  manager at White Eagle Ag and Truck Services
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Customer: I have a walk-behind, self propelled LawnBoy mower; model number 10324. While I was mowing, the right rear drive wheel seized up. Any thoughts on what the problem is?
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Customer: No, everything was working fine.
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Small Engine
Expert:  John Oliver replied 6 months ago.
without disassembly I would suggest looking for debris lodged inside the inner part of the wheel. https://www.shoplawnboy.com/Comergent/en/US/adirect/Toro?cmd=ToroOnlineViewDrawing&partID=348331&illustrationID=335936&xPosition=396&yPosition=376&callOutId=2&drawingTitle=Rear Axle Assemblyclick this link and you can see where the gear meets the wheel. I suspect the gear has stripped out or you have some debris stuck in there hanging out for the ride