All About BOB Strollers: How to Put the Wheels Back on a BOB

Many new parents in the market for a baby stroller are drawn to the BOB because of its great features. But sometimes it’s not so easy to put the wheels back on after you’ve taken them off, and if it’s been a while since you’ve assembled your stroller, that can be even more confusing. Here is a quick guide with simple instructions for putting the wheels back on a BOB stroller.

Steps on How to Put the Wheels Back on a BOB Stroller

Step 1. Turn the stroller upside down and locate all four screws

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Step 2. Loosen each screw with a Phillips’s head – Remove the tires from the frame by sliding them off of their rims – Line up your new BOB tire onto its rim, then attach it to your wheel axle using one washer on each side.

Step 3. Make sure that if you have an older model without quick-release wheels, that you don’t add any additional washers for everything to stay tight when you reattach it to your baby stroller. If they are too loose, however, this can cause problems turning corners or going over grassy areas

Step 4. Put back together all parts into their rightful place before putting back on the wheels – Put back on all screws.

 

How to take the wheels off a Bob double stroller

Step 1. Line up your new BOB tire onto its rim, then attach it to your wheel axle using one washer on each side. Make sure that if you have an older model without quick-release wheels, that you don’t add any additional washers for everything to stay tight when you reattach it to your baby stroller. If they are too loose, however, this can cause problems turning corners or going over grassy areas

Step 2. Put back together all parts into their rightful place before putting back off of the double Bob Strollers – Take apart all screws and put them back where they go so as not to break anything while removing a screw. Make sure that if you have an older model without quick-release wheels, that you don’t add any additional washers for everything to stay tight when you reattach it to your baby stroller. If they are too loose, however, this can cause problems turning corners or going over grassy areas.

Step 3. Put back together all parts into their rightful place before putting back off of the double Bob Strollers. Take apart all screws and put them back where they go so as not to break anything while removing a screw. Once the three bolts from the front tires are removed, take out both rear axles completely by lifting on the axle until it pops out of its hole.

Step 4. Remove both rear wheels and take off the front wheel by loosening it. Hold on to your baby stroller for the support! Remove all bolts from both sides of the bottom place, remove the whole side. Put back together all parts into their rightful place before putting them back. Take apart all screws and put them back where they go so as not to break anything while removing a screw. Once the three bolts from the front tires are removed, take out both rear axles completely by lifting on the axle until it pops out of its hole.

Step 5. Lift one end of BOB Strollers at a time making sure that you hold onto your baby’s double Bob because if not properly supported can cause some damage along with injuries. The easiest way to put wheels back on a BOB stroller is using the screwdriver. Be sure that all washers are in place and tighten down screws for each wheel before attaching them into their channels. Focus on tightening down screws while holding onto your baby’s double Bob.

Before moving about make sure you have tightened everything properly so there are no damages done when trying to move or even taking off out of the containment area. Make sure it is safe for the child, the child can be hurt if not correctly dealt with. Once bolts, etc. have been replaced continue by placing the sides of the frame together first then hooking up the front axle last. While putting back together make sure to tighten everything properly. If you are having trouble, ask a friend or family member for help.

Step 6. Ensure that your child is safe and secure during the process. Be aware of how much pressure can be placed on the stroller while it’s being put back together. A baby should not have to sit in front of wheels until they’re secured into place. When putting both sides of the frame together, first attach either side onto its respective axle then finish by attaching the other end onto the opposite axle.

 

 

Difference Between Standard baby strollers and Jogger baby strollers

Standard baby strollers: These baby strollers come with a seat that usually lies flat. They have a retractable canopy, storage basket underneath the seat, and often come with a baby tray. They are lightweight enough to be easily pushed around by one hand while still being sturdy.

Jogger baby strollers: These types of baby strollers can handle rougher terrain than standard baby strollers because they have larger wheels that allow users to push them for longer periods of time without becoming fatigued or experiencing discomfort in their arms. The other important feature these baby strollers possess is suspension systems which provide additional cushioning support on bumpy roads and trails.

Suspension systems not only help keep babies comfortable when going over the uneven ground but also helps parents who will likely want to use this type outside more often as well!

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