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Made a mistake! Need to remove rear wheel axel but it's stuck

Someone please help! My husband mistakenly put the hub cap on backwards so that the rear axel rod of this coupe is too short on the left side. Somehow though the axel is on really really tight and I'm having trouble removing it to fix the hub cap. Does anyone have any ideas on what I can do to rectify? This is a replacement for another coupe I bought my daughter which she LOVES and I would love to get this car installed asap. Thank you!

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  • Barb Apr 23, 2015

    Here is a link to help you remove the axel screw. http://youtu.be/O0F6EnjF-2k

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SOURCE: Little Tikes Cozy Coupe red plastic wheel caps

The caps are a type of "acorn nut". Check a local hardware store (not the big guys) for this type of fastener and bring the shaft with you to get the correct size. These should not cost more than about $.50 each.

Dan

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SOURCE: Our 2yr old grandson was

This link:
http://www.littletikes.com/consumerservice/ReplacementParts-detail.aspx?Product_ID=2485&
shows which replacement parts are available from Little Tikes, and I don't see the one you're looking for. I tried to call their Consumer Services line at 1-800-321-0183, but they're open M-F from 8 am to 8 pm and Sat 9 am to 2 pm, EST. Please give them a call tomorrow.
An alternative might be to take the piece to a hardware store and see if they have anything that might work as a replacement.
Hope this helps!

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The bugaboo handle fault is caused either by two small plastic pins shearing of a plastic disk that actuates two metal locking rods or broken locking rods.Why bugaboo uses plastic for the disk and aluminum for the locking rods is beyond me!They are critical components with a history of failing and should be made in stainless steel.

1/.Remove the capped star lock washer.This is the hardest part of the job.Most people try to leaver this off in the hope of re using.First problem with this is you will mark or damage the surrounding plastic second is star locks are not intended for reuse and will never hold as well as when first used, so best find a new replacement.A hardware store should be able to source some for you.Quickest way to remove a capped washer is to carefully cut a slot in the dome with an angle grinder and then use a large screwdriver to carefully prize one side up so you can fit another screwdriver under the starlock.Note the walls of the aluminum hub axel are thin and easily distorted, make sure you only lever the capped star lock and not hub axel.Use one screwdriver as a support and another to lift off the capped star lock.macnutz_2.jpgNote it is best to open and repair one side at a time, so your moving and flexing one side of the handle does not dislodge parts in the other side.The hubs and disks are mirrors of each other and not interchangeable the locking rods are interchangeable.The side with the brake lever is left The Bugaboo parts will have an "L" after their serial numbers.

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macnutz_0.jpg

3/.Reassemble handle locking hub and check operation.If wire rods seem to be in the incorrect position, loosen the top plastic fittings where the handle extends from by removing the small self-tapping screws (note I'm now finding some frames now have pop rivets, drill them out and replace with self tappers) and wiggle things into alignment. (I use a small amount of the silicon grease used for taps to give a smooth action)If all is working well fit the new capped star lock on the hub shaft and tap home. To protect the dome finish I use a large socket from my socket set and an old rubber washer from a toilet cistern.Repeat operation on the other side.
macnutz_1.jpg
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1/.Remove the capped star lock washer.This is the hardest part of the job.Most people try to leaver this off in the hope of re using.First problem with this is you will mark or damage the surrounding plastic second is star locks are not intended for reuse and will never hold as well as when first used, so best find a new replacement.A hardware store should be able to source some for you.Quickest way to remove a capped washer is to carefully cut a slot in the dome with an angle grinder and then use a large screwdriver to carefully prize one side up so you can fit another screwdriver under the starlock.Note the walls of the aluminum hub axel are thin and easily distorted, make sure you only lever the capped star lock and not hub axel.Use one screwdriver as a support and another to lift off the capped star lock.macnutz_2.jpgNote it is best to open and repair one side at a time, so your moving and flexing one side of the handle does not dislodge parts in the other side.The hubs and disks are mirrors of each other and not interchangeable the locking rods are interchangeable.The side with the brake lever is left The Bugaboo parts will have an "L" after their serial numbers.

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macnutz_0.jpg

3/.Reassemble handle locking hub and check operation.If wire rods seem to be in the incorrect position, loosen the top plastic fittings where the handle extends from by removing the small self-tapping screws (note I'm now finding some frames now have pop rivets, drill them out and replace with self tappers) and wiggle things into alignment. (I use a small amount of the silicon grease used for taps to give a smooth action)If all is working well fit the new capped star lock on the hub shaft and tap home. To protect the dome finish I use a large socket from my socket set and an old rubber washer from a toilet cistern.Repeat operation on the other side.
macnutz_1.jpg
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Here's my How to fix a Bugaboo Handle instructions if you are not a handy person type, take these instructions to you local Bicycle Mechanic or Small engineering shop.

The bugaboo handle fault is caused either by two small plastic pins shearing of a plastic disk that actuates two metal locking rods or one or both locking rods breaking. Why bugaboo uses plastic for the disk and aluminum for the locking rods is beyond me! They are critical components with a history of failing!

1/ Remove the capped star lock washer. This is the hardest part of the job. Most people try to leaver this off in the hope of re using. First problem with this is you will mark or damage the surrounding plastic, second is the star lock is not intended for reuse and will never hold as well as when first used, so best find a new replacement. A hardware store should be able to source some for you. Quickest way to remove a capped washer is to carefully cut a slot in the dome with an angle grinder and then use a large screwdriver to carefully prize one side up so you can fit another screwdriver under it. Note the walls of the aluminum hub axel are thin and easily distorted, make sure you only lever the capped star lock and not the hub axel. Use one screwdriver as a support and another to lift off the capped star lock.

Note it is best to open and repair one side at a time, so your moving and flexing one side of the handle does not dislodge parts in the other side. The hub and disks are mirrors of each other and not interchangeable. The locking rods are interchangeable. The side with the brake lever is left side. The Bugaboo parts will have an "L" after their serial numbers.
macnutz_20.jpg
2/. The lock mechanism is very simple; a wire rod rotates a plastic disk. Check the hubs for wear. If too badly worn or damaged you will have too much movement in the locked position. The Frog and Chameleon use the same plastic hub find another frame to salvage hubs from. You may also get the disks and rods from it. The hub is held in by a single aluminum rivet.
The disk has two plastic pins that move the locking rods in and out of the inner hub into and out of the outer hub. You need to either repair the disk by drilling out the pin stumps and finding a replacement metal screw you can fit / glue in. Or (my preferred choice) have amore robust metal disk fabricated.
macnutz_21.jpg

3/. Reassemble handle locking hub and check operation. If wire rods seem to be in the incorrect position, loosen the top plastic fittings where the handle extends from by removing the small self-tapping screws and wiggle things into alignment. (I use a small amount of silicon grease used for taps to give a smooth action) If all is working well fit the new capped star lock on the hub shaft and tap home. To protect the dome finish I use a large socket from my socket set and an old rubber washer from a toilet cistern. Repeat operation on the other side if necessary.
macnutz_22.jpg
I have parts available both laser cut metal disks with stainless steel pins and replacement locking rods made in stainless steel. Also capped star lock washers if you can't find them. You can contact me at macnutz@xnet.co.nz

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If you are not a handy person type, take these instructions to you local Bicycle Mechanic or Small engineering shop.

The bugaboo handle fault is caused either by two small plastic pins shearing of a plastic disk that actuates two metal locking rods or a broken locking rod.Why bugaboo uses plastic for the disk and aluminum for the locking rods is beyond me! They are critical components with a history of failing!

1/.Remove the capped star lock washer.This is the hardest part of the job.Most people try to leaver this off in the hope of re using.First problem with this is you will mark or damage the surrounding plastic second is star locks are not intended for reuse and will never hold as well as when first used, so best find a new replacement.A hardware store should be able to source some for you.Quickest way to remove a capped washer is to carefully cut a slot in the dome with an angle grinder and then use a large screwdriver to carefully prize one side up so you can fit a screwdriver.Note the walls of the aluminum hub axel are thin and easily distorted, make sure you only lever the capped star lock and not hub axel.Use one screwdriver as a support and another to lift off the capped star lock.
Note it is best to open and repair one side at a time, so your moving and flexing one side of the handle does not dislodge parts in the other side.The hub and disks are mirrors of each other and not interchangeable.The side with the brake lever is left The Bugaboo parts will have an "L" after their serial numbers.
macnutz_20.jpg
2/.The lock mechanism is very simple; a wire rod rotates a plastic disk.Check the hubs for ware.If too badly worn or damaged you will have too much movement in the locked position.The Frog and Chameleon use the same plastic hub find another frame to salvage hubs from.They are held in by a single aluminum rivet.
The disk has two plastic pins that move the locking rods in and out of the inner hub into and out of the outer hub.You need to either repair the disk by drilling out the pin stumps and finding a replacement metal screw you can fit / glue in.Or (my preferred choice) have a new metal disk fabricated that will last a lifetime.
macnutz_21.jpg

3/.Reassemble handle locking hub and check operation.If wire rods seem to be in the incorrect position, loosen the top plastic fittings where the handle extends from by removing the small self-tapping screws and wiggle things into alignment. (I use a small amount of the grease used for taps to give a smooth action)If all is working well fit the new capped star lock on the hub shaft and tap home. To protect the dome finish I use a large socket from my socket set and an old rubber washer from a toilet cistern.Repeat operation on the other side
macnutz_22.jpg
I have parts available laser cut metal disks with stainless steel pins, replacement locking rods in stainless steel and capped star lock washers you can contact me at macnutz@xnet.co.nz

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I answered a similar question only yesterday. The sliver cap is a Capped Starlock do a google to find out more. They are a one use item and trying to remove them for reuse will mark the plastic hubs and make a weak repair. Here's my How to fix a Bugaboo Handle instructions


If you are not a handyperson type, take these instructions to you local Bicycle Mechanic or Small engineering shop.


The bugaboo handle fault is caused either by two small plastic pins shearing of a plastic disk that actuates two metal locking rods or a broken locking rod. Why bugaboo uses plastic for the disk and aluminum for the locking rods is beyond me! They are critical components with a history of failing!


1/. Remove the capped star lock washer. This is the hardest part of the job. Most people try to leaver this off in the hope of re using. First problem with this is you will mark or damage the surrounding plastic second is star locks are not intended for reuse and will never hold as well as when first used, so best find a new replacement. A hardware store should be able to source some for you. Quickest way to remove a capped washer is to carefully cut a slot in the dome with an angle grinder and then use a large screwdriver to carefully prize one side up so you can fit a screwdriver. Note the walls of the aluminum hub axel are thin and easily distorted, make sure you only lever the capped star lock and not hub axel. Use one screwdriver as a support and another to lift off the capped star lock.

Note it is best to open and repair one side at a time, so your moving and flexing one side of the handle does not dislodge parts in the other side. The hub and disks are mirrors of each other and not interchangeable. The side with the brake lever is left The Bugaboo parts will have an "L" after their serial numbers.

macnutz_20.jpg

2/. The lock mechanism is very simple; a wire rod rotates a plastic disk. Check the hubs for ware. If too badly worn or damaged you will have too much movement in the locked position. The Frog and Chameleon use the same plastic hub find another frame to salvage hubs from. They are held in by a single aluminum rivet.

The disk has two plastic pins that move the locking rods in and out of the inner hub into and out of the outer hub. You need to either repair the disk by drilling out the pin stumps and finding a replacement metal screw you can fit / glue in. Or (my preferred choice) have a new metal disk fabricated that will last a lifetime.

macnutz_21.jpg


3/. Reassemble handle locking hub and check operation. If wire rods seem to be in the incorrect position, loosen the top plastic fittings where the handle extends from by removing the small self-tapping screws and wiggle things into alignment. (I use a small amount of the grease used for taps to give a smooth action) If all is working well fit the new capped star lock on the hub shaft and tap home. To protect the dome finish I use a large socket from my socket set and an old rubber washer from a toilet cistern. Repeat operation on the other side

macnutz_22.jpg

I have parts available laser cut metal disks with stainless steel pins, replacement locking rods in stainless steel and capped star lock washers you can contact me at macnutz@xnet.co.nz


Regards


Steve

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How to fix a Bugaboo Handle


If you are not a handy-person type, take these instructions to you local Bicycle Mechanic or Small engineering shop.


The bugaboo handle fault is caused either by two small plastic pins shearing of a plastic disk that actuates two metal locking rods. Why bugaboo uses a plastic disk for this critical component is beyond me! Or a broken locking rod


1/. Remove the capped star lock washer. This is the hardest part of the job. Most people try to leaver this off in the hope of re using. First problem with this is you will mark or damage the surrounding plastic second is star locks are not intended for reuse and will never hold as well as when first used, so best find a new replacement. A hardware store should be able to source some for you. Quickest way to remove a capped washer is to carefully cut a slot in the dome with an angle grinder and then use a large screwdriver to carefully prize one side up so you can fit a screwdriver. Note the walls of the aluminum hub axel are thin and easily distorted, make sure you only lever the capped star lock and not hub axel. Use one screwdriver as a support and another to lift off the capped star lock.

Note it is best to open and repair one side at a time, so your moving and flexing one side of the handle does not dislodge parts in the other side. The hub and disks are mirrors of each other and not interchangeable. The side with the brake lever is left The Bugaboo parts will have an "L" after their serial numbers.

macnutz_17.jpg

2/. The lock mechanism is very simple; a wire rod rotates a plastic disk. Check the hubs for ware. If too badly worn or damaged you will have too much movement in the locked position. The Frog and Chameleon use the same plastic hub find another frame to salvage hubs from. They are held in by a single aluminum rivet.

The disk has two plastic pins that move the locking rods in and out of the inner hub into and out of the outer hub. You need to either repair the disk by drilling out the pin stumps and finding a replacement metal screw you can fit / glue in. Or (my preferred choice) have a new metal disk fabricated that will last a lifetime.

macnutz_18.jpg


3/. Reassemble handle locking hub and check operation. If wire rods seem to be in the incorrect position, loosen the top plastic fittings where the handle extends from by removing the small self-tapping screws and wiggle things into alignment. (I use a small amount of the grease used for taps to give a smooth action) If all is working well fit the new capped star lock on the hub shaft and tap home. To protect the dome finish I use a large socket from my socket set and an old rubber washer from a toilet cistern. Repeat operation on the other side

macnutz_19.jpg

I have parts available laser cut metal disks with stainless steel pins, replacement locking rods in stainless steel and capped star lock washers you can contact me at macnutz@xnet.co.nz


Regards


Steve

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How to fix a Bugaboo Handle


If you are not a handyperson type, take these instructions to you local Bicycle Mechanic or Small engineering shop.


The bugaboo handle fault is caused either by two small plastic pins shearing of a plastic disk that actuates two metal locking rods. Why bugaboo uses a plastic disk for this critical component is beyond me! Or a broken locking rod


1/. Remove the capped star lock washer. This is the hardest part of the job. Most people try to leaver this off in the hope of re using. First problem with this is you will mark or damage the surrounding plastic second is star locks are not intended for reuse and will never hold as well as when first used, so best find a new replacement. A hardware store should be able to source some for you. Quickest way to remove a capped washer is to carefully cut a slot in the dome with an angle grinder and then use a large screwdriver to carefully prize one side up so you can fit a screwdriver. Note the walls of the aluminum hub axel are thin and easily distorted, make sure you only lever the capped star lock and not hub axel. Use one screwdriver as a support and another to lift off the capped star lock.

Note it is best to open and repair one side at a time, so your moving and flexing one side of the handle does not dislodge parts in the other side. The hub and disks are mirrors of each other and not interchangeable. The side with the brake lever is left The Bugaboo parts will have an "L" after their serial numbers.

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2/. The lock mechanism is very simple; a wire rod rotates a plastic disk. Check the hubs for ware. If too badly worn or damaged you will have too much movement in the locked position. The Frog and Chameleon use the same plastic hub find another frame to salvage hubs from. They are held in by a single aluminum rivet.

The disk has two plastic pins that move the locking rods in and out of the inner hub into and out of the outer hub. You need to either repair the disk by drilling out the pin stumps and finding a replacement metal screw you can fit / glue in. Or (my preferred choice) have a new metal disk fabricated that will last a lifetime.

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3/. Reassemble handle locking hub and check operation. If wire rods seem to be in the incorrect position, loosen the top plastic fittings where the handle extends from by removing the small self-tapping screws and wiggle things into alignment. (I use a small amount of the grease used for taps to give a smooth action) If all is working well fit the new capped star lock on the hub shaft and tap home. To protect the dome finish I use a large socket from my socket set and an old rubber washer from a toilet cistern. Repeat operation on the other side


I have parts available laser cut metal disks with stainless steel pins, replacenment locking rods in stainless steel and capped star lock washers you can contact me at macnutz@xnet.co.nz


Regards


Stevemacnutz_14.jpgmacnutz_13.jpg

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