Luggage repair

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Luggage repair

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My travel bag has had an unfortunate incident. One of the wheels (internal) has developed a bad flat spot, it doesnt roll as well as it used to and I would like to fix the problem. Purchasing a new suitcase is an option but this one was so expensive and has alot of the features I like so I figure if someone can fix it, lets go that route before I spring for a new one. Does anyone know where or who fixes luggage?
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Re: Luggage repair

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No . Don't know where to get fixed but on reading your post "it doesn't roll as well as it used to and I would like to fix the problem." I thought yep that sounds like me.

Maybe like me it is a bit old. :beer1:
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Re: Luggage repair

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atkins, k wrote: Mon Oct 14, 2019 9:39 pm My travel bag has had an unfortunate incident. One of the wheels (internal) has developed a bad flat spot, it doesnt roll as well as it used to and I would like to fix the problem. Purchasing a new suitcase is an option but this one was so expensive and has alot of the features I like so I figure if someone can fix it, lets go that route before I spring for a new one. Does anyone know where or who fixes luggage?
Don't know where you can fix it but you can buy new wheels from eBay and Amazon and try to do it yourself maybe? I had similar problem and changed the wheels to rollerblade wheels and my luggage has never felt this light and easy to pull. Wheels cost only $3 and took maybe hour to change.

Depending of the brand of your bag you might even find how to to do it videos on youtube.
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