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Old 23 April 2015, 14:19   #11
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I need to look into this myself.
Did someone say they fit the honwave stub with a water pipe insert ?

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Old 23 April 2015, 16:35   #12
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Originally Posted by fastasfox View Post
Have you though about taking a picture of the wheels down to your local engineering firm to see if they can replicate them,I bet it would cost you half as much as ordering direct from NZ and the wheels are available at your local DIY store or even Ebay. Trust it to good old fashioned British Engineering.
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Not a bad thought that.

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Old 23 April 2015, 17:17   #13
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I have just watched the demo video they do look very good.

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