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Back wheels off quinny buzz 3

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Hi go to your local bike shop they sell lots of differnt products to stop you getting punctures. I bought some green stuff, it is called sludge it worked for me you can also buy it on ebay under cycling.

Posted on Aug 07, 2010

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