Its easiest to pull the hood forward on the zapp and place the covers over and secure them under the foot rest with the sticky velcro,its a tight fit i must admit but it does fit (a bit on the cheap side for an expensive buggy i think} dont for get to secure around the handles first !!! good luck
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It is not possible to purchase a Quinny Zapp by building it from spare parts that are available from Dorel.
The chassis is not considered a spare part item so this is not available to purchase.
In addition to the chassis you would need wheels, seat fabric, sun canopy and harness pads. In addition you may wish to order shopping basket, raincover, parasol clip, parasol, footmuff and adaptors to use the chassis with Maxi Cosi carseat.
The Zapp raincover is held at the top of the pushchair with velcro ties so make sure these are done up properly and then stretch the raincover over the seat unit and around the bottom and the elastic section should then hold the raincover firmly in place.
hi i am sorry but you can not put the dreami on the zapp due to the stability issues that it would cause also the adapters only fit the carseat they are not long enough for the dreami to attach properly