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Tonka: "Mighty Front Loader" - Steel 21" Construction Vehicle

Tonka: "Mighty Front Loader" - Steel 21" Construction Vehicle
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  • Category:Toy
  • List Price: $199.99
  • Buy New: $69.50
  • as of 9/2/2014 19:39 EDT details
  • You Save: $130.49 (65%)
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  • Seller:ShippUS
  • Sales Rank:124,059
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):4.25
  • Dimensions (in):8.4 x 10 x 20.7
  • MPN:939206200
  • Model:HTK002
  • UPC:038976939208
  • EAN:0038976939208
  • ASIN:B00000IVZX
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days


Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
Your young ones will turn the yard or sandbox into a construction site with this Tonka Mighty Front Leader. Designed to look like real-world construction equipment, this sturdy front loader can dig, haul and dump with your child at the helm. The 2 handles control the angle of the work bucket for digging and dumping, or set the bucket to a middle position to haul without having to hold the handle. A swiveling cab section, deep-cleated tires and sturdy steel construction make the front loader a fun and durable toy.
Amazon.com
Just like the real front loaders you might see working along the highway, the Mighty Front Loader was designed to dig, dump, and haul. With its large working bucket, deep-cleated tires, and heavy-duty steel construction, this solid truck is guaranteed for life and built for endless hours of fun in the sandbox or yard. Two handles let you control the angle of the work bucket so you can dig or dump sand and dirt, or move rocks around. Or you can set the bucket in a middle position when you want to haul things for a while without holding the handle. The cab and engine sections swivel, making it easy to steer the front loader to where the work is. The large wheels (4.5-inch diameter) have been mounted over strong steel axles, tested for up to 50 pounds. Realistically styled, the front loader measures 22 inches long by 8 inches wide by 9.5 inches high. --Chris Burns

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