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Trying to get replacement small forward wheel for a wheelchair. There is a label that says JAC. No other reference to the manufacturer. Where can I get replacement parts?

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Here's the best, cheapes and most helpful folks for tires, wheels, etc.
http://www.edmond-wheelchair.com/

There should be a number on on the side of the tire indicating its size. Jot this down and call the folks at Edmunds an they can set you up with what you need.

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