Question about Bugaboo Cameleon Jogger
This could be cause by a few different things:
The brake on the Cameleon is similar to a bikes. If the brake is too tight, it may cause the rivited braking system to come into contact with the wheel's rivets. You can loosen the braking system so that it will not make such noises. If you follow the braking cord down to the wheel, you will see a small nut that is controlling how much slack the brake has. Loosen this, and it will cause the brake to be further away from the wheel's braking rivets.
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Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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