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Hello, dont really no what im looking for or if you can help me but my little girl has a feber quad, and the cogs on the gear box??? have gone apparently which means when the pedels pushed down the cogs arnt turning to make it move?? wondering what parts i need and where i can get them from. email address is littleali666@hotmail.com thankyou!!

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