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Back Wheel The back left wheel is loose. I can't figure out how to tighten it. I can't seem to tighten it with a wrench. And it doesn't shorten with a hammer whacking away. Do I need a special tool?

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  • emmywemmy Apr 29, 2008

    I have a maclaren techno and the back wheels are very worn. I have another pushchair as a donor but am unable to remove the wheels off either of them. Please can you tell me how its done. It looks like it is held on with a washer.

  • Anonymous Aug 20, 2008

    back wheel are worn down and have a spare buggy but cant remove the wheels how do i do it

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I have got the same problem why is it so hard to find the information

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