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Radio Flyer Town and Country Wagon
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- This wagon's body is crafted of natural finished hardwood with a no-pinch ball joint keeps fingers safe
- This wagon features durable steel wheels with real rubber tires for a smooth and quiet ride; controlled turning radius to prevent tipping
- The extra-long handle is great for pulling and folds under for easy storage and bright red wooden sides are easily installed and removed
- The Town and Country has won Dr Toy's Best Classic Product Award
- Weight capacity 150-Pounds
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Top Customer Reviews
If I was to buy another one, I would prefer one with rubber tires filled with air and an easy to remove handle so I could fit it in the trunk-but of course, they charge more for those conveniences.I consider it to be a good wagon but not neccessarily a good price.
The wagon thing stunk when it arrived. Not quite a gasoline smell, but close. And yes, it is the wagon, not something from the UPS truck. It was inside the box.
Assembly is tedious, requires materials (oil) not included, and the suggested tools for assembly would extend assembly time to at least 2 hours. Thankfully, I have some tools, so rather than use the suggested adjustable wrench, regular flat head screwdriver, pliers, and a hammer, I used a ratchet/socket combination, needle nose pliers, flat head and cross-head (ratcheting type) screwdrivers, and a hammer.
The cross-head, ratcheting type screwdriver is essential for putting together the side supports. Using a flat head screwdriver would take forever to drive the 20 screws for the side supports.
The needle nose pliers are essential for insertion and bending of the cotter pin. Regular pliers would not easily reach the confined area.
The ratchet and socket were essential for tightening down all the locking nuts. Doing that same job with an adjustable wrench would be tedious.
One wheel is bent or the axle shaft is off, so I will need to call and get that wheel replaced.
So far, this is a disappointment. Hopefully the wheel comes in a few days or the whole thing is going back to Amazon.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
nice sturdy wagon,just like the original. wheels are nice and heavy dutyPublished 27 days ago by Susan D.
We bought this for our grandchildren. We love it. the price was a bit higher than we expected but the quality of the classic radio flyer was there.Published 2 months ago by Tracey Lyden
This is an iconic wagon, however, Radio Flyer has really declined in quality. I purchased this one for my grandsons with fond memories of pulling my younger niece and nephew around... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rick J.
Missing parts! This was for granddaughters Easter and the wagon is missing the nut that attaches handle to wagon.Published 4 months ago by Tim Thiele
Cheap Chinese made product but my grandson liked it anyway.Published 4 months ago by Stephen Vollmer
Wagon arrived on time and assembly was very easy, great buy, I am 73 and a kid at heart.Published 4 months ago by Mypops
Great wagon. Great price. Grandson loves it. Takes me back to when I had one. Wheel braces could be a little bit heavier materials kind of flimsy for a busy little boy.Published 4 months ago by Larry M.
This is the same quality built wagon that I had back in 1965 . I still have the original , and I bought this one for my granddaughter .Published 4 months ago by Mark Burrell