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    Morning ladies and gentlemen - I am new to this forum and I have been scrolling for a number of years and still consider myself a novice even though my work turns out pretty good if I do say so myself - well people buy it - so I must be at least ok !

    But I have a question for the scrollers of toy cars and trucks - I have been making my own hub caps by sawing 1" beads with a 3/8" hole in half and sanding them even - no problem and easy to do. But it's a pain and I have seen them in scroll books and mags pre-made.

    Problem is I cannot find anyone that carries them - I've tried all the big name hobby shops and even the mom and pop ones to find them but to no avail.

    Does anyone here have an idea where these may be found, either online of physical storefront -- I'm from Evergreen Park, IL - just outside Chitcago.

    Thanks

    Jeff

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    wildwood designs/cherry tree toys has them, Axles with hubs are avail from miesel hardware, cherrytree and several others.
    Fredfret
    wichita, ks

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