My need is 4 tyres/wheels complete for a 15ft boat and timber trolley for salt water launching. My stainless steel axles suit 20mm or say 3/4in wheels. 1. Can I drill out the plastic inserts to fit a 20mm axle? 2. Your earlier answer re pheumatic - Question - Do you inflate or leave as is? 3. I have already purchased non inflating that "separated from hub" and are useless. They could not handle the pressure when being pulled out of water on trolley. 4. My broken non inflating develop a hollow if left with weigth of boat sitting on them. Looks like they are just filled with builders foam, which once flattened DO NOT recover shape. Will yours do the same? Thanks in advance
A: Please see item #1-5360. It's slightly smaller in diameter, but has a bore very similar to what you describe needing, and is solid rubber as opposed to foam filled or semi-pneumatic. Stainless press-in bearings may be available for the correct shaft size.
Date Submitted: 10/20/2018
Is this wheel semi-pneumatic or solid rubber?
A: This wheel is semi-pneumatic.
Date Submitted: 07/26/2018
do these wheels have bearings in hubs, it looks like it in the pics, but the comments say no bearings?
A: There are plastic bushings inserted to standardize the bore and have some kind of rotational surface, but they are not bearings.
Date Submitted: 05/04/2018
hi, is that steel or plastic wheel?
A: The wheel is plastic.
Date Submitted: 12/20/2017
What is the OD of the bearing opening in the hub. I need it to be 1 3/8.
A: The O.D. of the existing insert is 1.40" at it's widest. The opening measures 1.390".