Question about Phil & Teds Explorer V2 Twin Stroller
My husband went to a gas station as well, tried a bicycle pump and was unable to fill the tires
We bought the stroller in Canada but we live in Jerusalem
If the tube that you are using has a straight valve it can be really difficult to get the pump all the way on. I would encourage getting a tube that has a bent stem. Also, I would highly recommend getting a bike pump with a pressure gauge from you local bike store. The pump should only cost you about $25 and will save you a lot of time and hassle. phil&teds tires are finicky and it's really easy to over inflate the tires. For phil&teds replacement tubes you should check out Little Mountain Outfitters. They sell the right size tubes with a bent stem.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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