Step 2: Take Apart Bungee Cord

If I had bought bare cord, I would not have needed to perform this step.

I needed bare bungee cord, so I had to remove the metal hooks and metal rings that held the cord together.

I slid the metal hooks down to expose the metal rings that hold the cord together.  I broke the rings by squeezing it in vice back and forth until it broke.  The hooks can then be removed easily.
<p>It looks like the Radio Flyer replacement rubber bands will work on this model, too. They are around $3.50 each on Radio Flyers website. </p>

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