You need to put some fix a flat stuff in there. Or maybe some of that green slime. I'm not an advocate for the stuff in car tires, but lawnmower tires are a good use for it to me. If you have an air compressor, even a small one, you can get it to air up, if you can coax the tire back on the rim. Get some soapy water as a lubricant, soak the bead that needs to go on, and do a dance while standing on the side walls. You might be able to get it to slip back on. Don't give up yet..unless you really don't want to mow the yard. Jim.
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