One of the wheels is extremely wobbly on my double/twin stroller - my husband has tightened the spokes as every single spoke has worked itself loose but it is still wonky. Also one of the seat backs has snapped (inside the material!)
Problem suggests that the stroller needs a good servicing.The equipment is now being operated ignoring the safty standards and may turn out dangerous.It is recommended that you may get a authorised service engineer to look into the problem.
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Not enough info here. Is it the rim or the hub that is wobbly? If the rim is out of true (and not actually bent) the spokes can be tightened to bring it back into true. If the hub is loose then the bearings need to be adjusted. Either adjustment can be done by your local bike shop for $10-20. A broken spoke can also make the wheel go out of true, this will cost a little more to fix.
The harware on the top of the handle bar are rivets, there is no way to really tighten these. It is possible that there is a broken mechanism in the handle bar causing it be loose. The only solution for that is replacing the handle bar. If you need assistance getting a replacement part please email me directily at [email protected]
Sounds like the plastic liners that hold the wheel either on or together have worn out. They make hundreds of different style wheels. You can try going to any baby supply store that has replacement wheels that have the "same" mounting configuration and see if you can get new ones. You might need to replace all the wheels and they may look different but at least you'll almost have a new stroller that doesn't wobble.
replacement parts LINK: http://www.gracobaby.com/store/order/default.asp?N=10418+10413+10421&Ne=11
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