Question about Baby Gear
Hi, Graco strollers all vary. Some wheels can and cannot be removed. Quickest thing to check is the undercarriage of the wheel. Front wheel ----------------- Place your buggy in front of you Then push it onto it's rear wheels The front wheels should now be up in the air Check underneath where the wheel attaches itself to the chassis Some wheels just have a simple lever you push and the wheel releases Others there's a round rod with a **** running through the middle similar to a peg if you have a pair of long nose pliers you can squeeze them together and pull the wheel towards you Others just cannot be removed peg just won't release itself or the wheel is bolted onto the chassis I hope this information proves useful. Liz.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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