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Post by silverfox on Tue Aug 20 2013, 13:07

Hello again

What are your recommendations for trolley wheels? I have dispelled the idea of cast iron wheels as they seem to be very rare in my part of the country (S Yorkshire). So it looks like being rubber ones! Any input would be welcome.

Thanks again.

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Re: Trolley Wheels

Post by matt86 on Tue Aug 20 2013, 16:41

i may have some wheels up for grabs ....

3 sets of 2 but 2 of the sets could be used to make a set of four and have the rear axle slightly bigger diamiter , matt

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Re: Trolley Wheels

Post by Abes on Tue Aug 20 2013, 17:05

Need a pair of spoked ones mate if there's a pair up for grabs need to be around the 10" mark though

matt86 wrote:i may have some wheels up for grabs ....

3 sets of 2 but 2 of the sets could be used to make a set of four and have the rear axle slightly bigger diamiter , matt

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Post by Abes on Tue Aug 20 2013, 19:08

Cheers Matt

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Post by matt86 on Tue Aug 20 2013, 19:29

no problem mate , allways happy to help

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Re: Trolley Wheels

Post by joegrgraham on Tue Aug 20 2013, 20:18

Personally, I don't like rubber wheels on an engine trolley. Apologies for my lack of geographical knowledge, but Yorkshire is big sheep country, and all the old hay racks had nice cast iron disc wheels. I'm sure there must be plenty lying in hedges and ditches. Have a drive/walk around one day and see what you can find! Smile

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Re: Trolley Wheels

Post by silverfox on Tue Aug 20 2013, 22:00

Yes Yorkshire is a massive area the what must be thousands of miles of hedgerows! However, I have yet to find one with cast iron wheels in it! Until I do the plan is to buy some or something that will do the job.
Where are you Matt? And what sort of money are you wanting for the ones you have? PM me the details please.

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