Activ3 Stroller - Bumper Bar

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Activ3 Stroller - Bumper Bar in
Activ3 Stroller - Bumper Bar


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Replace the bumper bar on your Activ3 jogging stroller.  The bumper bar is required to be attached when using the stroller with your KeyFit infant car seat. The bumper bar easily snaps into place.

Is there a way you guys can make a replacement tire for the Bravo for 2 like this? I love the stroller, but I need an all terrain capability.

Asked by: Kristent
Please contact Chicco Customer Service at or call at 1-877-424-4226 to get an answer to your question. Thank you.
Answered by: Chicco Expert
Date published: 2017-03-15

I recently ordered the rear suspension spring for my Tre jogging stroller and would like to know how to install it. I cannot seem to create enough space to fit it in it's proper place.

Asked by: GQ10
Please contact Customer Service at or call at 1-877-424-4226.
Answered by: Chicco Expert
Date published: 2017-01-30

Do these wheels fit on the Bravo stroller. Was hoping to smooth out the ride with inflatables.

Asked by: cjones
Unfortunately, these wheels do not fit the Chicco Bravo stroller.
Answered by: Chicco Expert
Date published: 2017-03-15

Is there any warranty on these strollers? My wheel has been off balance since I bought the stroller. And now it does turn without jerking.

Asked by: Falon
We do offer a warranty. To learn more, please reach out to our customer service center at 1-877-424-4226
Answered by: Chicco Expert
Date published: 2015-11-30

Does this item come with the bumper bar pad that goes around it ? Mine has fallen off and I have had this stroller less than a year.

Asked by: sfachick06

What type of handles does a stroller have to have to be able to use this replacement wrist strap?

Asked by: kgun

Do these wheels fit the Tre stroller?

Asked by: CHalling

How to remove the front wheel from a Chicco TRE stroller i.e. remove it from it's actual fork when replacing a tire for example. The two retaining screws seem very tight and reluctant to move. How much force dare I apply before they break off?

Asked by: Roy H
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