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Re: Need new tires
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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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The easiest thing to do is go to a local bike shop ... bring the flat inertube to them... If you can bring it to one of the mom and pop stores usually you get better service and they know alot more than the huge retail stores... ie.. Garts.. Dicks.. Scheels.. etc.. they may even be able to patch it up for you .. hope this helps..I know when I need a replacement if I bring the whole bike in they will even put the new tube on the tire for free,,,
Replacement tube may be more beneficial even though the fix/patch may be cheaper. If you live in an area that have varying climate, the patch along with the repaired tube can expand and contract and may cause small leak if not repaired properly.
Otherwise I would get the right size tube, most jogging strollers are either 12" or 16" tube inside and can be bought from your local bicycle store. With that, you'll need bicycle tire levers which can also be bought at the bike shop. Just about any type of tire levers will do. Of course I'm sure your bike shop can do this for you to possibly for free with a purchase of replacement tube!
You need to either have a new inner tube put in it or you can try adding a flat repair gel in the tube to fix the leak. You can get what they call "Green Slime" their are other brands also available under different names but this is most common. It can be purchased at Walmart, Home Depot, Ace Hardware and Auto Parts Stores. This is easy to pump into the tube valve stem without removing the tube or wheel and should fix any holes or leaks on it. Then just pump it up and you should be ready to go.
Yes, all you need is a 12" inner tube which you can get from most bike stores. It would normally fit a childs bicycle but it is the same size as the Jane rear wheels. If you take the wheel with you, you might even get them to fit it.
Any bike shop will have patch equipment. You need to deflate the tire and remove it from the wheel. See if there is a tube inside the tire. If so, the fix is easy: either purchase a new tube for the tire, or get a patch. Use modelling glue on the patch then press it continually on the hole on the tire for about five minutes until it is dry. Afterwards, re-insert the tube into the tire, reattach the tire to the rim and pump it back up