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How to take apart an inglesina classica pram?

Hi i am having trouble taking the carrycot off the chassis in order to put my pram in my car.
Please help!

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Do you have model number for your pram?

Posted on Feb 21, 2008

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You have to go to a bike shop where they selll children bikes , if your tires size are the same as any children bike then they should be able to get you an innertube.

Posted on Apr 16, 2010

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SOURCE: bebe confort compatibility old carrycot etc with a new chassis?

i don't know about the seat unit or car seat but i've got a prelude carrycot and it fits on my loola, hope that helps
Amy

Posted on May 06, 2010

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SOURCE: Should the bugaboo carrycot have

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Yes, athough these are not really wires, these are more like rods. There should be two (one for each end) and they will be black and about an inch wide and nine inches long. These rods will make the carrycot rigid when assembled.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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hi think this will help i'm sure they all connect the same way
http://www.inglesina.com/sites/default/files/447024DC_OTUTTO%20MODULAR%20SYSTEM%202010_1.pdf

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