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Old 08-18-2008, 12:13 PM   #15
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THANKS! They do have a picture of the wheel I need. I'll keep checking to see when they open back up. I apriciate that.
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The wheel you posted sure enough looks like alot of the type I have seen on construction flat bed trailers.Don't know if that helps,but it might give you a another source to look into.
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If all else fails try stockton wheel they have a web site. www.stocktonwheel.com
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