Wheel refers to the round metal structure that holds a tire which is often called a rim.

See also:
"Wheel" is in the HS Code "8714.92"
  - -- Wheel rims and spokes

"Wheel" is in the UNSPSC Code "22101523"
  Wheel bulldozers

Ref: 122700/2006-09-22


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