I just went out to mow my yard. After less than a lap around the yard, I noticed something wrong with a front wheel. After taking the wheel assembly apart, I determined that the bearing shaft was broken. Ordered a new part (actually two new ones... might as well replace both sides at the time time). While I was in the middle of it all, my very nice neighbor walked over to see why I had the lawn mower apart. I showed it to him. Then I said, "I'm glad you walked over. I was just going to come knock on your door and make you an offer. Let me borrow your lawnmower, and I cut both our yards at the same time. And I'll even weed-eat your yard while I'm at it." He said, "Yeah, that'd be nice wouldn't it? Let me tell you where the closest Husqvarna store is." Then he proceeded to offer me directions, which was kind. However, when I came back in the house to grab my wallet, I remember that I left my wallet in my wife's car last night, and she's gone to work. So I just ordered the part online and put all of the lawn-mower parts aside for now. As I pulled my truck back in the garage.... My neighbor got his lawn mower out and started mowing his yard. I get it - his yard, his tools, his rules. But his mower doesn't appear to be anything extravagant. And he keeps his yard maintained.. but no one around here is trying to make it into Better Homes & Gardens. My neighbor on the other side will be home in a bit, and he has openly offered his mower to me many times. So I'll just wait for him I guess. We've all been neighbors for about 10 years now. Odd to me that he wouldn't let me mow both our yards with his mower. Wouldn't have taken more than 30 mins.