Peg Perego Usa John Deere Gator Hpx
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- 2.5 - 4.5 MPH forward, 2.5 MPH
- Electrical breaks for sure stops
- Plus reverse
- Adjustable seats
- Enclosed wiring and operational parts
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IGOD0055 Features: -John Deere gator HPX.-High performance.-2.5 to 5 mph.-For 3 years and up. Specifications: -12 volt. Assembly Instructions: -Assembly required.
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The All New 12 Volt 2008, John Deere Gator HPX comes with SmartPedal controlled STOP provides a realistic driving experience: Reduces jerky start-ups and stops. Increases riding time by 27% and extends product life.
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|Item Dimensions||36 x 47 x 47 in||7 x 8 x 6 in||2.6 x 3 x 1.9 in||26.5 x 62.5 x 24.5 in||35.5 x 67.5 x 29.75 in|
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would be nice it if had real rubber tyres, instead of hard, plastic ones - would dramatically increase traction, but to be honest, this isnt a real issue, as i think the power would limit things before the tyres would.
could maybe be a little faster (even on the high-speed setting), although i appreciate this might be alarming for some parents.
seems solid, and well constructed. plenty of room for two (my girls ONLY use this together). good toy, and a great success. perhaps a bit pricey for what it is.
Two issues though that must be addressed
1. Stickers are meh. Too much peg prego branding, so just don't use them.
2. Back tires must be retrofitted with rubber bike tires screwed onto plastic ones. Without them the truck will spin tires in 'rabbit' speed, and get stuck on any small hill. So retrofit the tires and you're all good!
There are two handles on the sides of the bed. The instructions don't at all make it clear where they go so you'll find yourself checking the photos on the brochure or box. The fendors aren't well marked left and right, but if you look carefully there's an "L" and an "R". Also, the slots for the "tail light" lense/reflector go to the rear, again, not clear from the instructions. If you assemble those backwards, you're in for a treat getting them apart. Similarly, the tail light lens only seats correctly if installed properly and that isn't clear from the instructions.
The plastic hinge for the bed first requires disassembly (it's molded as one part with break off tabs), not at all clear in the instructions and difficult to do, and is impossible to assemble by hand; I very, very carefully used a block and rubber mallet for disassembly and assembly. The bed hinge pin has a rib on one side that keeps it from falling out once assembled, but you have to force it in. It floats OK once it's assembled.
The decals are time consuming but they're strong and until they're really pressed down tight, they're repositionable. The front "Deere" logo had to be trimmed to fit within it's bezeled location.
I haven't found the battery compartment to be as frustrating as some seem to, but I also left the screw out. The battery is installed behind the front grill, which is hinged and just drops down. Again, the instructions aren't clear, but there's a plastic catch on each side that's easy enough to open without tools once you understand how it works. Leaving the screw out isn't any kind of compromise I can see. I can change the battery without tools in under a minute. I agree it would be good to have a key switch that was functional, but after use it's easy enough to remove the battery and put it on the charger. I would also have liked a safety flag, but that too is easy enough to install.
It took me three hours to open the box, carefully remove the parts and decals from the large blister pack, and assemble the thing including decal installation. The manufacturer recommends an initial battery charge of 18 hours. If the instructions had been more clear an hour or more might have been saved. Other than the bed hinge and fendors the assembly is easy, just frustrating. All the parts were there though and they did all go together.
Once assembled, this thing seems much more sturdy than some of the alternatives, especially the cheaper ones and it's definitely large enough for two. The pain of assembly is quickly forgotten.
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