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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-03-2019, 11:30 AM Thread Starter
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Challenger mid wheels

I have two challengers and both will be needing mid wheels soon. They are becoming de laminated. Any good places to buy from other than dealer. Gets pricey pretty quick. Thx

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Check out these guys. Just down the road from us. They specialize in track tractor tracks and idlers. I see trailers full of old tracks going in and new ones coming out.
http://www.dstiresales.com/default.htm

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Try these guys, got mid rollers for my 765 from them .
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Agwest sells reconditioned ones from someone who does them locally, not sure if theres a price difference if you went direct....
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Fort Garry fire trucks in winnipeg. Just got one done two months ago.
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Do you know what brand they sold to you? Their web site indicates Thombert, but I thought that Thombert quit offering aftermarket wheels so that they could devote production only to OEMs.
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Do you know what brand they sold to you? Their web site indicates Thombert, but I thought that Thombert quit offering aftermarket wheels so that they could devote production only to OEMs.
They vulcanize the one you have or they have replacements. Got a drive roller done no completes yet.
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Got all mine done by for Garry fire too. Much cheaper then new wheels.
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I called Fort Garry but I was in a bit of a hurry for one so get it from agwest 80$ difference and I still have the old centre. I know if I did the entire set of them it would add up but not a great saving on just one. Did I talk to the wrong guy maybe
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I called Fort Garry but I was in a bit of a hurry for one so get it from agwest 80$ difference and I still have the old centre. I know if I did the entire set of them it would add up but not a great saving on just one. Did I talk to the wrong guy maybe
their prices more than doubled the last 2 years, its crazy used to be 240 ish for a midroller now they want over $380 for one, (that's the price for doing 8 at a time its north of $500 if just doing one) thanked them and went south of the border even with the exchange rate its worth picking up more than 8 and having warranty for a year on them

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