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The bolt on side of handle bar has come off and lost. Would like to replace for baby #2.

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Try contacting Dorel. They sent me a new screw out for mine free of charge.

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Take the bolt out from the other side and bring it to a hardware store and have them match it up if possible.

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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