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    the last year i' buy this stroller http://www.mundolove.com/espanol/_re...3064348527.jpg
    but support 20kg....

    problem with it? no!

    cut a wooden part and screw under the seat!!
    that way you can get a stroller for persons from 30 to 50 kg

    tested by me with happy results

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    Quote Originally Posted by KittyMachine View Post
    the last year i' buy this stroller http://www.mundolove.com/espanol/_re...3064348527.jpg
    but support 20kg....

    problem with it? no!

    cut a wooden part and screw under the seat!!
    that way you can get a stroller for persons from 30 to 50 kg

    tested by me with happy results
    I would be WAY too embarrassed to use that!! :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by AbbieB View Post
    I would be WAY too embarrassed to use that!! :P
    only in home :P

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    I suppose this will sound like sacrilege, but when I was a kid, and that was a long time ago, we used to take the wheels and axles off baby strollers, buggies or perambulators and make down hill racers out of them. Many of the kids in my neighborhood were my cousins, Lenni Lenape Indians, and we were all quite poor. We used to watch Our Gang Comedy on television and see Spanky, Alfalfa and the gang build and race these things. Since we all had fathers who could build, we got a little help and we wear ready to race down hill. It was a lot of fun.

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    that kinda reminds me of soap box racers. has anyone else made one or heard of them. i used to build them somettimes when i was younger with some help from my foster brother. there were a lot of fun too. they are kinda like go carts i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    I suppose this will sound like sacrilege, but when I was a kid, and that was a long time ago, we used to take the wheels and axles off baby strollers, buggies or perambulators and make down hill racers out of them.
    ...{GASP!!!}

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    Quote Originally Posted by KittyMachine View Post
    that way you can get a stroller for persons from 30 to 50 kg
    damn!!!
    im 65 KG

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    i know how you feel because im even heavyier than that. im 75kg. lol
    Last edited by tennismad; 22-Apr-2013 at 15:44. Reason: speeling errors

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    even though there is a 20kg set limit, these strollers, especially the buggy versions can handle alot more weight for short periods of time without any modifcation to the stroller. I dare say though, I would not fit into the one you have unless you fold away the rain hood. Also I find that the seating position is too low, and hence legs would be able to touch the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    perambulators
    ah, a man after my own heart. the last time i used that word, in that sense, i caused much puzzlement, especially as i was being silly at the time.



    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    and make down hill racers out of them.
    we did that, too (we called them 'bogies' - as per the train undercarriage). but don't forget to mention that they need to be the metal wheels, not the newer plastic type.

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