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Recently assembled the Thomas and friends tri scooter for my sons Xmas present lucky i noticed there are 4 washers for the back wheels missing which means we cant put it together as it was from amazon they have advised to send it back for replacement which i grudge as it wont arrive in time for Xmas now is there somewhere i can just but them from and do it myself please like a diy store or shop thanks

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7. Take this assembly and push it into one side of the metal tube on the back of the scooter (you want the rubber stopper to be and flush with the edge of the metal tube and you can)
8. Your hex bolt will be stick out of the other end of the tube, slide on the last rubber stopper try and work it into the tube as best you can.
9. slide on 3rd washer
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*At this point I put the scooter on its side and pushed down on the wheel to force the stopper into the tube
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