Question about Graco LeisureSport 7420 Jogger
Your problem is'nt unique.The wheel is supposed to be secured to the axle tip by a circlip which wears down the axle flange at the outer edge ,you can see this if you examine the circlip by removing from the wheel with a pair of plyers one side will be flat due to wear.You could try and get new circlips but the easiest and cheapest way is to use a sturdy piece of wire.I used a piece of bare earthed core taken from three core elecric lighting cable(not flex) about 5" in length......With circlip removed and the buggy layed on it's side look into the gap that the clip fits into until you can see the silver axle.There should be a space either side of the axle.Thread your sturdy copper wire in a U shape through each hole and pull through....... twist to lock and rap the ends round the wheel bearing casing..job done good as new.Not sure how long this will last mine was done over six months ago and is still on...P.S..Carry a piece of spare wire just in case...Sincerely Dave.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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