Question about Baby Jogger Q-Series Single Stroller
My baby jogger has begun to pull to the left-bike shop says there is nothing to be done, that they all do that eventually-any ideas?
Check air pressure in all three tires, should be about 35 psi. check wheel bearings for binding by lifting off ground and spinning wheel by hand. should spin freely for a lenghth of time. if they stop quickly or are hard to turn you may need new bearings in that wheel. also check front wheel for proper mounting and that is straight by checking the space between the wheel and the frame is equal on each side. hope this helps email@example.com
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
This is a general distortion of the frame Stand it on a level flat surface. Are all the wheels to the ground, or does one have a slight 'lift' Now put a load in the chair [preferably not the baby -;)] Is it sitting square? Try now to twist it so that all wheels are on the ground together Check the struts to make sure they are engaged[locked] in position.
Posted on May 19, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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