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The Zapp Xtra is a lightweight, short wheel base chassis and the addition of a buggy board may make it unstable and likely to tip. In addition please remember the maximum weight limit for the Zapp Xtra and do not exceed this with the combined weight of the 2 children. If you choose to use a buggy board Quinny do not accept responsibility for the performance of the Zapp Xtra or any damage done to the chassis caused by the buggy board.
Hi - Maxi Cosi don't produce the adaptors that put the Maxi Cosi carseat onto a chassis produced by another manufacturer. It would be the manufacturer of the buggy that you need to contact to ask them about fitting directions as they produce the adaptors.
I had pruchased a Loola Up buggy off of Ebay and the wheels are worn. I have just ordered a new set from Dorel. They are £9 per wheel (mine has double wheels at the back, this is classed as 1 wheel) £3.95 for delivery. They are in stock and should arrive within 14days.