The rear wheels on my Mclaren Quest stroller are worn down from use. "Conventional Wisdom" says I have to ship the stroller to the nearest repair shop in Georgia to get the wheels replaced. I live in Houston and the shipping cost, repair costs and inconvenience add up to what the stroller's worth now. Isn't there some alternative I can take ... i.e. purchase some wheels and install them myself. I'm pretty handy with fixing items like this but can't find any information.
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Kindly follow the steps below to fold the stroller:
Use the ball of your foot to push down on the brake lever, located near the rear wheels of the stroller. Gently push on the stroller to confirm that the brakes are set. Grip the front edge of the stroller's canopy, if present; pull the canopy back towards the rear of the stroller.
Push the tabs securing the ends of the harness straps to the harness buckle. Pull the straps aside and remove the child from the stroller.
Kneel down next to the stroller's front wheels. Locate the locking mechanism set in between both pairs of front wheels. Use the locking mechanism to disable the swivel feature on the front wheels.
Pull the stroller's seat back down to the lowest position; some models may feature locking mechanisms located on the sides of the stroller or built into the handlebar. Lift any latches securing the sides of the stroller in place.
Push the handles of the stroller downward. Push the rear section towards the front of the stroller until the device is fully folded. Clip the storage latch located on the side of the stroller to the side of the handlebar.
get a new set from, get expect help replacing them, you child safety is in your hands!
do not want those wheel falling off when crossing the road or no brakes down the slopes. see my other similar solution on attempting to replace the maclaren wheels and how to get them off and where to get them.
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clean the wheels with soupy water, clean out all mud and things in between the wheels and hinges area. Check for loose parts, cracks and worn condition, repair and replace them if you can, let the wheels dry out then spray the hinges and any moving part and source of friction them with lubricant like W40.
check the label on the back of seat and find model and date. My Evenflo Aura( same as on the picture above) was model # 1782478 and the date of product was 081706. With those numbers go to: https://plweb.evenflo.com/product_detail.aspx?prodid=11263 Rear whells are for $19.90 and shipping is $9 Sorry for my English, but nobody wants to teach me English in communist Poland twenty years ago :)