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Brother used to offer a dozen or so different printwheels for their typewriters; now they apparently offer only two. Go to www.BrotherMall.com and click Accessories under "Other Products." Pick SX-4000 from the list of models, and click Go, then click Accessories on the next page.
You'll get a list of ribbons and stuff, including #411 Brougham 10 printwheel (probably exactly what's already in your machine). At the bottom of the list is SK100, a Supply Kit that includes 3 ribbons, 1 correction ribbon, and 1 Script printwheel. I didn't see any other wheels available, and I didn't see the Script wheel, except as part of this kit, but the kit costs only a few bucks more than a wheel alone.
The feeder spool goes on the pin to the left of the carrier with the sticky side toward where the paper would be. Feed it through the ribbon guide and then attach the other spool on the pin on the right. Be sure both spools are snugly snapped into place - mine kept flying off.