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Rear brake rubbing on casing

My powertwin rear brake bar has the 2 metal bits that slot intoi plastic casing on wheels. trouble is my right side rubs constantly on casing and makes clicking sound which increases in volume and vibrates slightly when more weight/pressure is put on it. any ideas so i can fix it?

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  • 7dixons Oct 09, 2008

    This sounds alot like the problem we have - are your back wheels splaying out aswell? I will be watching this with interest to hear your replies.

  • tasha_1979 Oct 09, 2008

    a little yes. problem solves slightly if you lift pushchair when pushing, suppose it takes the weight off, but not ideal when you have 2 kids and shopping!

  • dubeczattila Feb 01, 2009

    Did anybody have a solution for that? Please write me:

    dubeczattila@gmail.com

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We have the same problem. :(


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