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John Deere Ride-on Tractor with Loader and Detachable Trailer
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- John Deere licensed
- With working frontloader that can tip & scoop
- Comes with large detachable trailer
- Opening bonnet
- Dimensions of item: 161 x 47 x 55 cm
Warning: Protective equipment should be worn. Not to be used in traffic.
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This large chain driven John Deere tractor features an opening bonnet, rear hitch pin, a front loader that can be released, tipped and scooped and is completed by a large detachable trailer.<P>Suits ages 2.5 - 5 years+.
Dimensions of item: 161 x 47 x 55 cm.
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This John Deere licensed tractor has antislip pedals, opening bonnet, detachable rear trialer and a front loader that can scoop and tip. Suitable for age 2½ +See all Product Description
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Assembly can be a little tricky, here is my assembly advice (for tractor, loader, trailer):
Set aside at least 2 hour. Have a rubber mallet or hammer, screwdrivers and adjustable spanner (or socket set) to hand. Use a room with plenty of floor space.
1) Put stickers on first
2) Assemble main tractor next
- Layout ALL parts first. Set out the nuts, bolts, washers etc in the same order as they appear on the instruction sheet. This will make it very easy to determine which size screw/bolt etc you should use for each step. NOTE: A few spare items are provided and there are 2 disposable tools (small plastic tubes) provided to hold the wheel caps when they are being hammered on. Also note that the axel for the trailer has an identifying sticker marking it, so set it aside.
- Carefully study the instruction diagram for each step. The diagrams, while they are small, do contain all the information you need. Check, then double check, each part. It can be useful to refer to the picture on the box, or even the picture on this page, if you want to be really sure of how it should look.
- ENSURE THE TYRE(WHEEL) THREADS ARE CORRECT. Carefully study the pictures and diagram and make sure the tyre threads are correct. The inside thread of the right wheels should match the outside thread of the left wheels.
3) Assemble the trailer next
- this should be fairly straightforward after having assembled the wheels of the tractor. Again ensure the wheel threads are correct.
4) Assemble the loader
- Some steps require a little force, particular pushing on the plastic yellow ends. I also found a tiny amount of washing up liquid made the job of pushing on the rubber yellow handle much easier.
was quite difficult to understand instructions which were not as clear as they could have been but this would be our only criticism.
delivery was very prompt.
Overall...it is a good toy, and no rocket science required for construction. Happy boy = happy daddy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My two year old son loves it. He hasnt quite undersrood the pedalling yet, but plays with the bucket and bonnet opening and realising endlessly! Read morePublished 5 days ago by NL Roberts
I brought this item whilst it was on offer for our sons 4th birthday. When the item arrived, the box was badly damaged and wet so I was concerned the product would be damaged-... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Mrs C
A great ride on tractor that my 5 year old loves. Doesn't get 5 stars due to not being completely sturdy but is otherwise a great toy.Published 26 days ago by L. Childs
good tractor maybe should of waited until little can reach the pedalsPublished 1 month ago by quito
Bought this for my sons birthday, he's too young at the moment but I couldn't resist. Wanted to write a review to say that I've just built it single handedly! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great product. Got it for my 2 years sons birthday and he can reach the pedals without too much struggle. Although he can't actually pedal it yet... He still loves it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer