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Cars scooter assembly: rear axle appears to be too short

The rear axle rod is flush with the wheel and I am not able to put the nut on the end to attach wheel

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  • Anonymous Apr 25, 2009

    seems like there is a part missing from the wheel assebly, the wheel base is very unstable

  • danarollins Apr 25, 2009

    disney cars scooter
    problem with rear wheel assembly

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