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Does anyone have any idea where I can get some metal wheels with spokes? The kind they use for antique and vintage iron toys and pull toys. My cat knocked over (on purpose.... he was trying to wake me up) my sheep on wheels (repro) and broke one of the wheels. Upon further investigation I see the wheels are only made of resin. That tends to look pretty bad when glued, so I want to
replace all the wheels. I would like them to be 1", four spoke metal wheels in a dark patina, but I will settle for more spokes if I can find them.

I have also been wanting to make some pull toy ornaments with the smaller wheels.
Any ideas on where to find these would be greatly appreciated.

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