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Bad Tires After less than a year of casual use, my Quinny Buzz tires are shot. They won't hold air and they are coming right off the rims. Anyone know where I might be able to get something like this fixed?

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  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2007

    Our Quinney Buzz is not yet 2 years old but is used alot, we have had the Slime in there from new. I also use the Slime in my Moterbike and Pushbike with a 100% success. The trouble with the pushchair tyres are they are worn very thin and they are not rotating fast enough to throw the slime to the outside walls. So the only solution is to get new tyres, tubes and slime. Does anybody kmow were i can buy any?

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I got the insid of my tyers coated in a kind of rubber that stops them getting puntured, Any bike shop will do this for you, it cost me £20 and i have not had any problem with the tyers since, ijust the rest of the pram.

Posted on May 10, 2009

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Qinny buzz slime prevention tyre prevention essentials on e/bay at the mo for £4.49 + £2.00 p/p you may find you do have a small punture on the tyre can easily happen so this stuff will prevent any other punture in the future.. billy

Posted on Jun 29, 2007

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