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November 17th, 2011

iron bed casters

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  1. admin says:

    Hi Jim – I’m sorry but we don’t sell any parts. My suggestion would be to take the other two off. Casters aren’t going to make it any easier to move. The old ones don’t roll very well and give a false sense that they do. In doing so you’ll try moving your bed and one will stick and the pulling will put pressure on one of your hitches and possible break it. It doesn’t take pulling it out of square by very much for that to happen. When it does, you’re SOL. Save yourself the trouble. Take Care – Craig

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