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    I am looking for the plastic wheels that are used in the wooden trains that go on wooden tracks. I have seen some people who make wooded trains use the plastic wheels instead of the wooden ones and I want to keep the plastic wheels to match the other brio trains we have.
    Also if you can help with a supplier for the rounded magnets, that would be great.
    Thanks

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    Not sure if they carry plastic but I get all my wheels from here. They are great people to deal with and most of their products are Made in the USA.

    Caseyswood.com: Maine based online supplier for wood craft parts
    Scott
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      Don't know if this info will help or not, but, Brio's US distributor is K'NEX - you might contact them at "http://www.knex.com/About_KNEX/Contact.php" to see about getting replacement parts, both the wheels and magnets. If they can't help, you can contact Brio headquarters at [email protected] and they might be able to help you find a source.

      FWIW - the ORIGINAL Brio trains had wood wheels and used hook-eye connectors.
      Harbor Freight (Central Machinery) 65406 - 26"

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