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Steering problem - Zooper Boogie

2004 Boogie stroller does not steer properly. Is only functional when front wheel lock is on, and is still very difficult to steer. My husband thinks it is the front wheel bearing that needs replaced. Any suggestions on where I can order parts?

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Re: steering problem - Zooper Boogie

I seem to have a similar problem with our 2005 Zooper Jazz. I took the front wheel apart and found that the balls in one of the three bearings where full of rust. I've have contacted Zooper, but am not getting my hopes up, as suggested. The replacement balls should be readily available locally, but I need to figure out the exact sizing first. Putting the front wheel back together again may be a challenge.

Posted on Aug 20, 2007

Re: steering problem - Zooper Boogie

I had the same problem and took it back to where i bought it. THey sent it in and had the whole front wheel and corresponding parts replaced. A few weeks later the same probem occured. I just sold the stroller as is. You could try to contact Zooper directly, but don't get your hopes up, sorry.

Posted on Aug 10, 2007

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