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My question is I have to believe is a 1995 airens 7-24 the only year that came with plastic rims and over the years the rims have gone egg shape were they attach to the shaft so they wobble. Do they make metal replacement ones or only plastic.
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Wheels are pretty generic. You just need to get rims of the same diameter. Any possibility of drilling yours out and using a piece of pipe as a spacer?

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I don't have the tools to drill out the hubs but have thought about that.
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