Question about Bell Sports Scout Jogger
Our back left wheel is riding at about a 45 degree angle to the earth's surface...not so condusive to a smooth stroll down to the market. help! the bell co. says they have no replacement parts and haven't made the stoller for over 2 years...so basically - a fine farewell to me and a hearty 'good luck'! it's a great stroller and would love to keep it - two bike shops were inept at attempting to remedy the problem, perhaps someone here can help a new mom out!
I have same problem... I took the main bolt out that holds the plastic pieces to the metal frame, that holds the wheel assembly on that side. I pulled it off and found that the aluminum frame had actually ripped, broke a metal section off under the plastic area... Looks like the frame would have to be re-welded to function again... Take that area of your wheel apart, and see what is hiding beneath the plastic covering... Good Luck...
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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