The Graco Duoglider is a lightweight stroller that has 3 wheels and can be used as either a single or double. It’s perfect for parents who need to transport more than one child, but don’t want to purchase two different car seats. This article will teach how to assemble a Graco duoglider stroller step by step.
Steps on Assembling a Graco Duoglider Stroller
Step 1. Layout all pieces: you’ll get four main parts (seat bottom, seat back, handlebar/shoulder strap) from boxes A and B; then attach frame with box C on your work surface in front of you so you’re looking at its open end
Step 2. Put the wheel axles through holes in the top edge of each side panel near where they meet–leave a little slack in the wires so you can tighten them later
Step 3. Put the wheel axles through holes in the bottom edge of each side panel–leave a little slack in the wires so you can tighten them later
Step 4. Attach the seat back to the frame by inserting ends into slots and turning until it clicks. Do not use screws here as they are only for temporary holding; screw holes will be used to attach straps on left or right sides, depending on how your child is facing
Step 5. Take one end of shoulder strap from box C’s slot at the top and thread it over metal bar near front handlebar with its loop fastener pointing down. Thread other end of the shoulder strap through the slot just below where the first end emerged from (so they’re both on the same side of the metal bar)
Step 6. Attach one end of waist strap from box C to slot at the top and thread it over metal bar near back handlebar with its loop fastener pointing down. Thread other end through the slot just below where the first end emerged from (so they’re both on the same side of the metal bar)
Step 7. Take the right edge of the seat bottom panel and push into slots in the frame for the left or right side, depending on how your child is facing–leave a little slack in wires so you can tighten them later. Make sure that no folded fabric sticks out under either armrest; this could get caught when the stroller folds up.
How do you take apart a Graco double stroller?
Step 1. The first step in how to take apart a Graco double stroller is to remove the child’s tray. To do this, you need to locate and loosen screws with an Allen Wrench or screwdriver.
After that, lift on the front of the tray and pull it out from under the plastic hinges before easing it down off the rear wheels at your side.
Step 2. Next, find each seat frame (or what some people refer to as “straps”) above which there are two metal posts–one extending upward toward either armrest while another extends downward away from them both; these should have D-rings attached midway along their lengths for securing car seats into place when not being used independently.
Step 3. Locate the end nearest the back handlebar and thread it through the hole in one post, then back up and over the D-ring before threading it down through the other post. Repeat with the second strap; when done, tighten both straps by pulling them towards you while holding each end firmly near its respective posts.
When satisfied that they’re as tight as can be without being overly taut, find metal buckle on right side of seat frame closest to handbrake handlebar (or what some people refer to as “right”)– this should have a fabric loop stitched onto one side for securing car seat into place when not being used independently–and feed end nearest footrest inside only far enough to close around metal tab at front of the buckle, but do not secure yet.
Step 4. Buckle ends should be on opposite sides of the two metal prongs that are located at the front-most edge of the fabric loop, with each side overlapping about a quarter to half an inch.
Step 5. Pull up slack by pulling end away from handbrake handlebar as if you’re trying to close it around tab but not yet secure– this should leave enough room for tightening straps when finished without making them too tight.
Step 6. Repeat step four with the other strap and start over again until both ends are evenly distributed (e.g., one is long, another short) while still being able to pull tightly upwards for both buckle halves to touch against tabs at front of the seat frame’s buckle; then finally tighten all ends firmly near posts by pulling towards you steadily while turning the posts in a counterclockwise motion.
Can you wash the Graco stroller fabric?
Yes, Graco stroller fabric can be washed. You can either hand wash it or place the material in a machine and run it through a gentle cycle with cold water.
What colour is Graco’s Nautilus Stroller?
The Nautilus by Graco has an orange frame that will match any child-friendly design. The frame is powder-coated aluminium that will not rust or corrode and provides strength for the lightweight fabric.
How much does Graco’s Nautilus Stroller weigh?
The stroller weighs 17 pounds but can be folded down to a more manageable size of 33 x 24 x 29 inches when closed.