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Where to get replacement exercise equipment parts

Postby Absolutely Adequate » Mon May 30, 2005 1:39 am

I've looked everywhere online, but can't find anything. I was hoping someone here had the answer.

While driving an exercise bike (NordicTrack TRL 625) about 100 miles, the motor came loose. Well, I'm not sure it's the motor as much as the battery. Maybe they're the same thing. In any case, I'd like a new one without having to pay the 300 bucks for a new bike. Does anyone have any ideas about where to get such a thing? The NordicTrack website was useless.

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Postby Baseballer02 » Mon May 30, 2005 1:48 am

Did you try contacting NordicTrack directly?
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Postby eftda » Mon May 30, 2005 1:49 am

Froogle or ebay?
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Re: Where to get replacement exercise equipment parts

Postby Madison » Thu Jun 02, 2005 12:17 am

Absolutely Adequate wrote:I've looked everywhere online, but can't find anything. I was hoping someone here had the answer.

While driving an exercise bike (NordicTrack TRL 625) about 100 miles, the motor came loose. Well, I'm not sure it's the motor as much as the battery. Maybe they're the same thing. In any case, I'd like a new one without having to pay the 300 bucks for a new bike. Does anyone have any ideas about where to get such a thing? The NordicTrack website was useless.

Thanks


Sounds like it can be fixed with little or no effort at all. :-? Just tighten the bolt or whatever was holding it in place. Leaving out a detail or two?
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Postby acsguitar » Thu Jun 02, 2005 12:46 am

I trust in ebay or Play It Again Sports
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Re: Where to get replacement exercise equipment parts

Postby Absolutely Adequate » Thu Jun 02, 2005 9:05 am

Madison wrote:
Absolutely Adequate wrote:I've looked everywhere online, but can't find anything. I was hoping someone here had the answer.

While driving an exercise bike (NordicTrack TRL 625) about 100 miles, the motor came loose. Well, I'm not sure it's the motor as much as the battery. Maybe they're the same thing. In any case, I'd like a new one without having to pay the 300 bucks for a new bike. Does anyone have any ideas about where to get such a thing? The NordicTrack website was useless.

Thanks


Sounds like it can be fixed with little or no effort at all. :-? Just tighten the bolt or whatever was holding it in place. Leaving out a detail or two?


After the motor came loose, it fell out of the car. Somewhere in the 100 miles I drove with the thing hanging out of my trunk. And I swung by Play it Again Sports and they had one, surprisingly. I was pleased.
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Re: Where to get replacement exercise equipment parts

Postby acsguitar » Thu Jun 02, 2005 10:50 am

Absolutely Adequate wrote:
Madison wrote:
Absolutely Adequate wrote:I've looked everywhere online, but can't find anything. I was hoping someone here had the answer.

While driving an exercise bike (NordicTrack TRL 625) about 100 miles, the motor came loose. Well, I'm not sure it's the motor as much as the battery. Maybe they're the same thing. In any case, I'd like a new one without having to pay the 300 bucks for a new bike. Does anyone have any ideas about where to get such a thing? The NordicTrack website was useless.

Thanks


Sounds like it can be fixed with little or no effort at all. :-? Just tighten the bolt or whatever was holding it in place. Leaving out a detail or two?


After the motor came loose, it fell out of the car. Somewhere in the 100 miles I drove with the thing hanging out of my trunk. And I swung by Play it Again Sports and they had one, surprisingly. I was pleased.


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Re: Where to get replacement exercise equipment parts

Postby Madison » Fri Jun 03, 2005 12:16 am

Absolutely Adequate wrote:
Madison wrote:
Absolutely Adequate wrote:I've looked everywhere online, but can't find anything. I was hoping someone here had the answer.

While driving an exercise bike (NordicTrack TRL 625) about 100 miles, the motor came loose. Well, I'm not sure it's the motor as much as the battery. Maybe they're the same thing. In any case, I'd like a new one without having to pay the 300 bucks for a new bike. Does anyone have any ideas about where to get such a thing? The NordicTrack website was useless.

Thanks


Sounds like it can be fixed with little or no effort at all. :-? Just tighten the bolt or whatever was holding it in place. Leaving out a detail or two?


After the motor came loose, it fell out of the car. Somewhere in the 100 miles I drove with the thing hanging out of my trunk. And I swung by Play it Again Sports and they had one, surprisingly. I was pleased.


Ah ok, now it makes sense. Lol. :-b

Glad to hear you were able to get a new part! ;-D
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