How to put Adams Twin Jogging Stroller Back together
My daughter had a six year old Adams Twin Jogging Stroller which she donated to a Mexican lady who is expecting twins and needed a jogging-type stroller because it would work better on the cobblestone streets of this Mexican village.
The problem is that they disassembled it in order to be able to ship it down here, and we need some help putting it back together. Can you email me a diagram or anything to help us?
Thank you very much.
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All depends on the quality of your local sidewalks! Lock the front wheels and tilt back when coming to any irregular surface. The Bugaboo is a versatile stroller but not really the best choice for jogging.
i have both the double and single dreamer design stroller and on both - there is a black pull thingie ... if you put your hands on the handbar and then follow down the frame (along the back side of the seat). You will feel it - as it is kinda hard to see. Once you pull this on both sides, push down on the handbar - towards the ground. The stroller will then fold down and in half.
Not sure how different this one is to ours but we have an older Dreamer Design double stroller and down by the front wheel there are two black plastic clips that you pull upwards while at the same time pushing two small depressable "buttons" that are in line with the main bars coming down towards the front wheel... once that's done you lift and push backwards at the same time, the whole stroller frame will move backwards (oh brake has to be on) and then once those main bars are free you can pull the frame towards you and then double it over back on itself...the rear wheels pull out by pushing the centre button and pulling on the wheel and they you're able to put it just about anywhere...hope that helps...Rob
good luck finding one. Mine also broke and I called Bell to see if they have these poarts available. As the stroller is no longer in production, they have no parts available. I found a used one in a Goodwill-type store and am currently using it for spare parts.
Problem suggests that the stroller needs a good servicing.The equipment is now being operated ignoring the safty standards and may turn out dangerous.It is recommended that you may get a authorised service engineer to look into the problem.