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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, With he Chicco strollers there are at least 2 mechanisms for the rear wheels. You need to check which versions you have. 1) you will find a metal ball press stud on either side Of the chassis. Take a screw driver and push that metal ball in as far as you can to clear the housing for the wheel. Then pull the wheel away from the chassis. 2) Repeat for the other side 3) if both rear wheels come away WITH two a v shaped hinged metal rod then you can simply replace the rear wheels. I have seen them on eBay. 4) if yours pulls away and the hinged bracket has a material strap to it then these are not meant to be removed or at least I would not necessarily recommend that but of course the choice is still yours. You may need to purchase a replacement chassis again can be purchased on eBay. Hope this helps. Liz.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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