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Wide Buggy Wheel, 13" Tall x 5" Wide

13x5" Buggy Wheel

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Azusalite 13" Tall x 5" Wide Buggy Wheel

Ribbed Wheel on the Zytel Nylon 6" Azusalite Wheel - Split-Rim for easy tire mounting. Tough and lightweigt.

What is Zytel® Nylon?

Zytel® is a series of resins manufactured by DuPont Corporation. Azusalite Wheels are molded from a glass-reinforced, alpha-crystalline, Nylon 6 resin, designed to provide an optimal combination of tensile, impact and flexural strengths. The resin is enhanced by carbon black for UV protection. The resulting Azusalite wheels are strong, resilient and durable.

  • Includes High-Speed 1/2" Bearings.
  • 13" Tall
  • 5" Wide
  • Sold EACH

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