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There is an authorised Peg Perego spare parts supplier and service agent in Sydney. They also send parts interstate. Their details are at www.karlisles.com.au or you can email your required parts request to firstname.lastname@example.org
The wobbling front wheel problem is easily solved. Simply remove the two philips screws from the plastic cap covering the from wheel assembly on the foot plate. (Where the break cable goes into the swivel tube) Now tighten up the large black nut with a spanner, replace the black cap and your done!
There is a company called Buggy Pit stop which valets as well as repairs pushchairs. I used them when i gave my old dusty broken pushchair to my sister. I had it repaired and valetted by them. They did a great job and they were not that expensive either.Hope this helps. Their number is 020 8861 0038.
I have the same problem, one of the bearings are broken on the front wheel and one on the back.
I managed to remove one of the good bearings to go and get replacements, but I can seem to get the outer bearing on the back wheel (the one thats broken) away so to fit replacements.
If I can get if off I will let you know.
There are some wheels on ebay but don't think they will fit the Mac 3, still looking