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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.

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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. Maine based online supplier for wood craft parts
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    • #3
      Don't know if this info will help or not, but, Brio's US distributor is K'NEX - you might contact them at "" 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.
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