Question about Aprica Baby Gear
I have an Aprica stroller that was designed in 1984. It is in extremely good condition for its age. The problem is I took the canopy off to was it and one of my kids lost one of the supporting arms for the canopy. the supporting arms are about 15 inch metal rods with a a rounded tip on one end. On the other is a plastic piece that allows the angle of the canopy to be adjusted. It is actually made up of two plastic discs side by side that allow the canopy angle to be adjusted to about 4 different settings. The plastic piece fits into a slot on the front of the stroller handle. The peg that fits into the slot is plastic and is about 1/2inch x 1/4 inch. I don't really care if it is the exact copy of the original canopy as long as the canopy fits the stroller and provides shade for the baby. (my granddaughter) Pat
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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