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    This is the first Uppababy stroller I've owned, and given that this is the new model, I hope this is an isolated issue, but since there are 2 other Amazon reviews saying the same thing, it clearly needs to be addressed. The front wheels shake and rattle when walking at a normal pace, and only roll properly when the stroller is pushed slowly or on indoor surfaces. It doesn't matter if there is weight at the back of the stroller or not, they still shake. So frustrating. I've contacted Uppababy and was asked to send video, which I have done. I hope to hear back and will update here when I do.

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