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Changing front tyre of 3-wheeler Mountain Buggy Terrain (the New Zealand made pram). Looks like I have to take the whole pram apart, wondering whether it will work when I reassemble it. Has anyone done this and if so what would you recommend?

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  • Hilary Webber Sep 26, 2011

    Did you ever solve this question? Have same problem. Wheel exploded when I pumped tyre up. Have undone 6 screws. Can't get axle off

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There is an official Mount Buggy Spare Parts supplier and service agent based in Sydney, Australia called Karlisles. I'm not sure which country you are in.

In case it helps their details are:

www.karlisles.com.au
1300 308 435

Alternatively, a good bicycle shop in your local city can usually supply these parts and service jogging prams.

Hope this helps

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check out
http://www.pushchairs.co.uk/acatalog/miscellaneous_spares.html

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