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I cant find anywhere to buy four bearing wheels for under the seat on my Body Sculpture Br1900 twin hydraulic rower. Please HELP.

While I was rowing one day on my Body Sculpture Br1900 twin hydraulic rower all the four bearing wheels under the seat collapsed sending ball bearing all over the floor. But that's not the problem the problem is that I can't find anywhere to buy the four bearing wheels that go under the seat of my Body Sculpture Br1900 twin hydraulic rower. I would like to mention that my weight is not the problem because I only weigh 10 stone. I would be very grateful if anyone out there can HELP. Thank You.

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