Little Tikes Cozy Pumper
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- Comes with hose
- Comes with credit card swipe(credit card not included)
- Three weather-proof electronic fuel buttons make six fun sounds
- For use with any large foot-to-floor ride-on
- Made in USA
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The Little Tikes Cozy Pumper is a fun toy gas pump is a perfect match for your Little Tikes Cozy Coupe, Cozy Truck, Cozy Cab, Princess Coupe and many others! Kids will love pretending to stop and fill up. Weatherproof buttons and sounds stimulate interaction. Use it next to your playhouse to create a pretend town. This pretend gas pump can be used indoors or out.
- The perfect complement to any Little Tikes ride on toy
- Designed with 3 weatherproof electronic fuel buttons that make 6 fun sounds when kids stop to "fill up"
- Pretend gas pump hose (color may vary) with pretend nozzle
- Requires 2 "AA" alkaline batteries (not included)
- Credit card is not included
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|Item Dimensions||8.5 x 13.5 x 17.5 in||29.5 x 16.5 x 33.5 in||16.88 x 14.88 x 28.75 in||29.5 x 16.5 x 33.5 in||15.25 x 28.75 x 16.63 in||16.88 x 14.88 x 28.75 in|
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The fix, however, was simple. I carefully squeezed the pump hose to remove it from the body of the pump. Then, I added play sand by using a funnel.
Voila!!!!! We now have a fuel pump (since his truck is diesel like mine) that doesn't move or tip over too easily.
The drawbacks are small, but they are significant enough to mention. The toy itself is light plastic. It falls over, he can lift it in the air. Our remedy: Behind the buttons is a void. We used that to our advantage and created a hole large enough to get a funnel through. We got a 50 lb bag (you don't have to use the whole bag) and filled the bottom of the pumper so that it is a little more weighted. Once it was full we covered the hole with a piece of tape. The panel that holds the buttons was a little wabbley. My husband fixed this problem with a few shims under the panel.
Bottom-line: we a few modifications this can be the perfect toy. Don't expect it to be exactly what you thought it would be. Now we fixed it up a little it is a great addition