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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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There are several different styles of the Graco Quattro Tour stroller, but it seems that all styles have similar instructions for the wheels. For the front wheels, you might need a flat head screwdriver. The front wheels snap into place, so there should be some form of clip that is holding them in place. You will need to locate this clip (which may be inside the piece connecting the two wheels together. Use the screwdriver to reach this piece, and push it in, then slide the wheel off while the clip is still compressed.
The rear wheels will also require the use of a flathead screwdriver. There is a Graco logo on each back wheel. It is an oval piece that should be pried off with the screwdriver. You will then see a locking pin under it. You will need to use the screwdriver to spread the open end more so that the pin will be wide enough to slide out of the axle hole. Remove the wheel and the washer (be careful to move the pin and the washer somewhere where you child cannot find it, as they can be choking hazards).
The following is the link to one of the Graco Quattro stroller instruction manuals. http://www.gracobaby.com/assets/pdfs/instructions/ISPA173AB.pdf
You should be able to look at this for detailed pictures for the stroller assembly, but then follow those directions in reverse to remove it.
I hope this has helped.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
I have the same problem, the airline broke ours the last time we flew. I just found on Graco's website that you can order replacement parts. Here is the link, http://www.gracobaby.com/store/order/default.asp?N=10418+10413+10421&Ne=11
You'll need the model number and serial number. I found ours on a sticker under the footrest. For our stroller it's $19 plus shipping for the front wheel assembly.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
There is a little push button on the metal bar that runs the length of the stroller. good luck, my bearings have gone bad on my phil and teds and they told me that I had to replace the entire wheel at 40 dollars a pop.
Posted on May 25, 2009
get flash light and butter knife... shine light through back of where you have your wheels... use knife to press tab back and pull on wheel.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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