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I need to find Salton warming tea cart replacement wheels.

The original ones are clear hard plastic ad tattered. I can't find 1/4"X 1 3/8" stem (non- threaded), with a 3" wheel.

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Can you get away with a 5/16" stem?
https://www.amazon.ca/Antique-Sockets-Replacement-Vintage-Cabinet/dp/B0816GBWRZ?

If you can remove any insert you have already, you can fill the gap with epoxy putty.

https://www.amazon.ca/Industrial-Scientific-Supplies-Stem-Casters/b?ie=UTF8&node=11850566011

This place ONLY makes castors!

https://casterconnection.com/stem-mount-casters

This appears to be the correct format 'wheel size - stem diameter - and length'.

https://www.google.com/search?q=3%22+wheel%2C+1%2F4%22+X+1+3%2F8%22+stem+non+threaded+castor

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