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Need straps I need replacement straps - the plastic snap part is broken on one of the straps. I am referring to the straps that keep the car seat secure to the frame

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  • Anonymous Sep 18, 2008

    One of the clips from my strap broke, so I need to find a replacement.

  • Anonymous Apr 18, 2009

    the clip on the strap broke on my snap and go and its very important to have it as my model of my chicco car seat does not lock into the snap and go by itself



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Try REI or other camping store.

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You can get plastic replacements at any fabric store. Bring in the strap and ask a clerk for help. You will probably have to replace both plastic pieces.

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