Replacement rubber material for wheels of antique tea carts, baby buggies, bassinets & bar carts. The rubber is solid & round, not hollow.
It's best to remove some of the old rubber to find the width you'll need for your tires. Measure the inside of the track that the rubber seats into, remember it's rubber so it's best to round down to get to correct size. If you are still unsure, order our sample pack that comes all 4 sizes.
Order by selecting the total number of inches needed in the "Quantity" area above. To figure out how many inches you need per wheel (circumference), measure the diameter of the wheel & multiply by 3.14. Add another inch for leeway.
Need some instructions as to how to apply this material? Check out our tutorial!
If you need glue click here: Super Glue
**In the above example, we would recommend ordering 20" per wheel.**
Available in 4 sizes:
We have discounted pricing for 90" or more inches at 16% off.
PLEASE NOTE: This item is NOT returnable due to the fact we custom cut each order.
We also have 3/4" & 1" available, please call for pricing & availability.
Please note: We can not offer a discount & shipping charges might apply since these sizes are a special order.
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This replacement rubber is excellent, easy to use and install, and the sizing is perfect! My antique tea cart's small wheels work like new, and I plan to replace the rubber on the large wheels next. Highly recommended, reasonably priced, and shipped quickly.
Good hard to find item
Perfect fit. Efficient order/shipping email notifications. Arrived very quickly. End results looks great!
Comes as advertised. Nice "how to" guide included. Keep cuts clean and square prior to gluing ends together. Take out twist prior to gluing ends. Great automated order and tracking emails.
I appreciated that you sent instructions that work! I used my speed square to line the cuts up and hold the rubber in place for a good glue joint. I have steel wheel castors that require the rubber to be installed inside the castor. It worked out fine. I’d send a picture if I knew how? Thanks, Tom
Great material. Easy to work with, easy to glue. I left the wheels on the cart and used clamps to keep the rubber stretched slightly while gluing. A bit of sanding with steel wool and it was done and they look great.
Happy with the service and the product.
The tea cart rubber was applied to the wheels as directed in the supplied instructions with little or no problem. Very good replacement of the original rubber.
thank you for selling this product!