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Old 14 September 2014, 05:48   #21
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Hi guys, sorry been away for the week so therefore a late response. The wheels came from ebay, here is the item

FOLDING INFLATABLE TENDER LAUNCHING DINGHY WHEELS WITH BOLTS S/S NEW | eBay

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Old 14 September 2014, 19:09   #22
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Hi thanks for coming back I have ordered some from
Pacer marine I think they may be the same ones thanks
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Old 01 December 2014, 13:20   #23
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Just received my wheels ,no instructions,how do you fit them ?
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Old 01 December 2014, 14:00   #24
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Have a look at the first page of this thread which shows my sib with the wheels on which may help.

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Thanks Phil,looks easy enough.
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I don't know if it's something everyone does but after I drilled all the holes I applied a good quality silicone before final assembly.
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Silicone is alright but Sikaflex is bombproof!
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Old 01 December 2014, 18:09   #28
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Sikaflex 291 i marine, the best product I have used.

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Just use silicone because you may want to remove the wheels at some point. I had to put in spacers (wooden blocks) to stop the wheels rubbing, because of wear to hinge points.


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Old 02 December 2014, 16:32   #30
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hello,

watch the video of my inflatable,,, it's the second pair of this kind of wheel set that I have, and that type of wear never see.... you must have put something wrong.... :P

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