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Missing parts I am missing some of the nuts and bolts the long and short how do I go about to replace them????

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  • Anonymous Apr 12, 2009

    I'm in need of a spare part for my ab lounge ultra - the piece that adjusts the positioning of the foot rests. Where can I order spare parts for this product?

  • christopher Dec 05, 2012

    im looking for the rear tension cable , mine got lost while shipping , anyone have an extra one ??? i can be reached at 505-242-3881 thank you

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The canvas on the Ab Lounge is NOT replaceable, and you will be treated rudely by anyone at the manufacturers phone number if you request this. They have designed this so that when the canvas tears or deteriorates you have to throw the entire piece of equipment away and purchase a new one! DO NOT buy their products! They do not care about what happens after their brief 90 day warranty!!

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If you want the identical fasteners, contact the manufacturer for them. Often times you can get replacement parts for cheap from them. If that doesn't work or you don't mind a potentially different look, take the same size fasteners from elsewhere on the machineand go to Lowe's (not Home Depot) to match them up. Lowe's has a better assortment of fasteners, or at least are easier tohunt down what you want.

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