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Bugaboo Cameleon - missing butterfly nut that adjusts handle

Have a Bugaboo Cameleon with butterfly nuts that tighten and loosen to adjust the handle. Lost one of the nuts. Out of warranty. How can I get a new one?

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Contact www.buggypitstop.co.uk they do bugaboo valeting and servicing and they do the parts too and they are very good,

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Iv been on www.pushchairparts.com I found it easy to use and got my parts the after like 2 days

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Hi,

Your best bet is to contact www.bugaboo.com who will be able to supply this part.

I hope this helps.

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