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My front wheel of my pnt vibe is starting to sit at a slant my two kids re only 41 lb combined should i just send it back? its only 7 months old x

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We had a bent front wheel axle on a NEW Vibe. We just asked for a replacement wheel under warranty, but a new wheel has a thicker attachment piece and, as a result, doesn't swivel properly. Your best bet is to get a front wheel replaced and hope that it fits as it should! Here you can find an official distributer in your area:
http://www.philandteds.com/stockists_08_1.htm
Good luck!

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Hi there,

I have just bought a second hand phil and teds vibe and have noticed the front wheel is on a slant too. Just wondering if you were able to fix this problem you or did you end up getting a replacement stroller.

Hope you can help!
Thanks

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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