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Spare tyre/wheel flat trye on quinny buzz 2007 model. Punture repaired but valve still leaking air - where to buy spare wheel?

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You don't need a whole wheel, inner tubes are available at most cycle shops - it is the same size as used on the small bikes for kids (12 1/2 x 1.75 x 2 1/4) - they cost around £4.50 and if you're not sure how to fit it, then they could probably do that as well.

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One word. Ebay. Just replaced both tyres on my Quinny Buzz (which were down to the canvass) for about £16 (including postage). Got mine from derekcyclesonline but there are more.

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It depends on where you purchased the stroller. Most retail stores will be able to help in locating a spare wheel - and if they are really nice they may even give you one to use while their display wheel is being replaced. You may be able to get a replacement wheel directly from quinny: log on to quinny.com and select your country from the list. There is contact information for each contry individually.

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Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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