Question about Peg Perego Triplette Stroller
The front wheels on my triplette have become very loose and wobble. They look insecure and one wheel has recently started to work its way free - actually falling off on several occasions with my triplets on board. I have checked that the wheel mechanism is engaged and it always seems to be as I cannot pull the wheel free.The loose fitting wheels also seem to affect turning the pushchair as they catch on the chassis. Will I need new wheels? Would this also solve the problem of the wobbling? also where would I get new wheels from?
Hello Nicola -
Contact Perego immediately to fix this problem before the babies get hurt. They are aware of problems with the front wheels falling off of the duette and triplette strollers. They will fix it for you.
Hopefully there will be a repair center near you so that you don't have to wait for shipping back and forth to Perego Indiana. I can imagine running around after 3 little ones is hard to do without your stroller. =) www.perego.com
Good Luck! from Moms Just Know
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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