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Wheel covers,like little hub caps for wheels of chassis??

I have lost some covers off my wheels of silver cross chassis any idea where i can get them from? Kelly

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Hi pingurose..here is the link for silver cross where you can email them or contact the retailer where you bought your strollers..hope it helps!! thanks for using fixya. please let me know the outcome..good luck!!

https://www.silvercross.co.uk/contact/spare-parts/

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hi kbregning..here's a link for silver cross where you can email themabout the spare part or you may contact the retailer where you boughtyour stroller. hope it helps. please let me know the outcome.good luck!!thanks for using fixya!!


https://www.silvercross.co.uk/contact/spare-parts/

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