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- 13 Nov 2017 -
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Hello all, I have this great barcart but the wheels are in terrible shape. Is there any hope to restore the original wheels or should I use replacement wheels? And if replacement is the way to go does anyone have a good source for wheels?


Alisa


Hundevad Barcart Wheels

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- 15 Nov 2017

Which country are you in Alisa?

I very recently deconstructed (read: inadvertantly destroyed) a tea trolley, and have some very similar wheels which you'd be welcome to if you want to collect?

Allow me to take some photos tomorrow to see if they'd be transferrable or correct but they seem at least in my mind's eye, really similar. I can say with absolute certainty mine was not Hundevad, though.

- 15 Nov 2017

Kyle,
I am in the US. I would be thrilled to acquire some wheels I will look forward to pictures.

Alisa

- 15 Nov 2017

Kyle, you need to post before and after pics of what you destroyed, as well.

- 15 Nov 2017

They could do with some buffing up with wire will. You can have them for price of postage if you like, but you'd still have to figure out how to transplant them.

P.S She's still functional as a side table, in fact the only one which is up for less than careful use. You can't see in the picture but it's a trapezoid shape. When I say destroyed I meant I dropped 7 of 16 screws and some fastening hardware while walking away with it.

I prefer it this way anyhow. I've never seen any indication it's precious otherwise I'd find a way to restore properly.

- 15 Nov 2017

On closer inspection they don't look incredibly closely matched, so sorry for that. Also, the white rubber is a really nice touch.

If you can remove the rubber and would be comfortable diving into a CAD program I'd consider getting 4 treads 3D printed, there's definitely rigid rubber like material they print in now. And there's plenty of crowd sourced 3D printing platforms to get you a cheap quote.

- 17 Nov 2017

Kyle,

That is a brilliant idea! I am sure I can get the two halves of the rubber printed and then fit them around the hub! I am thrilled with this idea?

Alisa

- 17 Nov 2017

There is a guy in the US called Terrys Rolling Rubber that does new rubber rollers for tape machines, but i am pretty sure he could help you out.
Could at least be worth to check out.

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