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Need new tires

I recently had tires that got holes in them and was wondering where to get replacements?

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You can order a replacement part or make a warranty claim by calling Customer their Service Department at 1-800-242-6110 or email them at info@instep.net For them to complete your order, you will need the name and model number of your unit readily available.

ive searched around for and found out that they do not sell replacement parts over the internet. i hope this helps you out.

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