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RobertAnn S.
230 reviews

Has anyone figured out yet how to keep the handle bars in place?

Amy H.
Amy H.
Pullman, WA
2 years, 6 months ago
I haven't used this strategy on this tricycle, but have you tried using a rubber "O" ring placed at the handle bar's joint? If you go to a hardware store with the handle bars, or the measurement of the diameter of the male side of the connection, they can help you find the correct rubber "O" ring to use. Just slide the "O" ring over the male connector and tighten the handle bars down as you would without the "O" ring in position. This should prevent the handle bars from slipping out of place. I hope this helps.
Tara W.
Tara W.
Benton, AR
3 years, 7 months ago
Bought one of these a few years back for our daughter. Never had a single problem with anything being loose.
Tanja D.
Tanja D.
Citrus Hts, CA
3 years, 8 months ago
Haven't had any problem with ours but if you contact them I'm sure they will help!!
Jennifer M.
Jennifer M.
Los Banos, CA
4 years, 2 months ago
WE HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING WE CAN THINK OF BUT NOPE NOT YET!
Josey G.
Josey G.
Baker City, OR
4 years, 3 months ago
No. We have the same problem. It's easy to straighten them back out, but it is frustrating that they don't stay put in the first place.
Kim S.
Kim S.
Slidell, LA
4 years, 3 months ago
I haven't had any problems with the handlebars staying in place on my little boys bike . Make sure its locked in place . I would contact Radio Flyer they can answers your questions and replace faulty parts. http://www.radioflyer.com/customer-service/ Hope this helps. Kim

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