The instructions for assembly could have been clearer...but actually, if you spend long enough looking at them, rather than rushing into putting it together...like we did....they do make sense...and they are correct.
I put the front wheels on the wrong way round on the front axle, which eventually meant calling in the brute strength of my son in law to remove the wheel nuts. I cant believe I am the first person to make that mistake...it is easy to do, and very hard to put right because of the sturdy and practically permanent nature of the construction....there is no way kids will have an accident by the wheel slipping off ! Luckily son in law is strong and we had a spare wheel nut, as he had to hacksaw it off in order to put my mistake right.
Once constructed... it is wonderful. One grandson cant quite work the pedals yet, but has had hours of fun working the tipper, and loading the trailer, removing it and putting it back on. He also just loves sitting on it and moving the steering wheel. Our other larger grandson is in his element with it..... and the two of them together play happily, taking turns with the trailer, the tipper and the tractor itself.
It is a well made, well thought out, fascinating toy. I am sure our boys will get hours of fun out of it over the next couple of years. Brilliant.