Question about Kolcraft Jeep Liberty Limited Urban Terrain 55157-JQ Stroller
The rear right tire appears to have a flat. Where or how can I get it fixed?
Any bike shop will have patch equipment. You need to deflate the tire and remove it from the wheel. See if there is a tube inside the tire. If so, the fix is easy: either purchase a new tube for the tire, or get a patch. Use modelling glue on the patch then press it continually on the hole on the tire for about five minutes until it is dry. Afterwards, re-insert the tube into the tire, reattach the tire to the rim and pump it back up
Posted on Jul 14, 2007
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