Question about Baby Trend BabyTrend Reebok Deluxe Jogger Stroller
This is a beautiful stroller that is no longer usable because the weld broke on the bar that connects the two wheels. I was told not many people will weld aluminum. This was an expensive stroller with a big name and I don't think it's good advertising for Reebok to have their stroller frames just snap off and then have no one to fix/replace them. Is there someone I can bring it to have it replaced/repaired? It's only a few years old and lightly used.
they have available parts as per their website. you can visit their nearest store branch or order online
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
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Not sure how different this one is to ours but we have an older Dreamer Design double stroller and down by the front wheel there are two black plastic clips that you pull upwards while at the same time pushing two small depressable "buttons" that are in line with the main bars coming down towards the front wheel... once that's done you lift and push backwards at the same time, the whole stroller frame will move backwards (oh brake has to be on) and then once those main bars are free you can pull the frame towards you and then double it over back on itself...the rear wheels pull out by pushing the centre button and pulling on the wheel and they you're able to put it just about anywhere...hope that helps...Rob
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
Replacement tube may be more beneficial even though the fix/patch may be cheaper. If you live in an area that have varying climate, the patch along with the repaired tube can expand and contract and may cause small leak if not repaired properly.
Otherwise I would get the right size tube, most jogging strollers are either 12" or 16" tube inside and can be bought from your local bicycle store. With that, you'll need bicycle tire levers which can also be bought at the bike shop. Just about any type of tire levers will do. Of course I'm sure your bike shop can do this for you to possibly for free with a purchase of replacement tube!
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
I just had the same problem. Mine has two red brackets on either side up near the handle. You pull them up toward you and it should collapse.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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