chances are you won't find one at a "good price". Used wheels command a fair
amount of their original purchase price. The best route if you are wanting to
stay below $200 is to build a kick wheel. There are plans in lots of books at
your library-also community centers and universities may have plans they have
used. I gave up looking for a used one and dropped the bucks. I figure that if I
ever give up pottery (which I doubt) I can resell it fairly easily. If you
haven't been to classes at a community center or school you might try that first
to get the basics and to try out different types of wheels. The feel, size and
torque all vary considerably. I wish, for example, that I had gotten a wheel
with adjustable height because I am not a very big person and the height is a
bit much on my Brent. Kickwheels you build yourself can be more tailored (within
reason) to your specs.
> This is pretty much self explainatory. I have been looking for a long time
> and cannot find a good price. I would like to get started into this hobby
> very soon. Any info would be very much appreciated. Please reply if any
> info is found.
> Thank You for any help!!!
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