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Little Tikes 620744 Cozy Coupe Truck, Blue
- Large flatbed with dropdown tailgate
- Funky styling and sturdy construction
- Working horn
- Rugged tyres and wheels
- Opening and closing door
Warning: Protective equipment should be worn. Not to be used in traffic.
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This roomy pickup truck is ideal vehicle for hard working kids. With funky styling, rugged off road style wheels, it certainly looks the part. To complete the look, it has an opening door, real look dashboard and working horn. No pickup truck would be complete without a large carrying capacity - this is where the Cozy Truck really excels with a large flatbed to accommodate the trickiest of loads. An opening tailgate completes the load carry abilities. A vehicle that can be both fun, funky and highly practical - The Little Tikes Cozy Truck.
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Rugged 'off-road' wheels
Perfect for your little ones to go off roading!
Flatbed with a drop-down tailgate
When you're little ones are on the road, they can put all their essentials in the tailgate for the long journey ahead!
A friendly Face
A face that’s always smiling along with your little one as they rule the road!
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1 Make sure you stick the dashboard stickers on before putting the wheel on.
2 Red caps (the ones you hammer on) go on the outside above the two front wheels. (not that clear in instructions)
3 Test that the white caps on the two front wheels faces outwards when pushing forward before fixing in place with the red caps.
4 When screwing the holes to lock the roof in place make a small hole with a smaller screw or a punch tool first. (I didn't need use a drill)
5 The silver and red caps once knocked in place don't come off.
However, the build quality is very poor. The front wheels are supposed to freely rotate 360 degrees but they get often stuck facing sideways so he can't move forwards or backwards. This is apparently a common problem caused by the non-removable red caps on the top of the wheels being hammered on too tightly. I loosened them by levering them gently with a screwdriver and spoon, which helped a little.
Putting it together is a significant hassle. It's not *that* difficult (if you're comfortable with basic household repairs) but takes about 1 to 2 hours and requires drilling screws into solid plastic, use of a hammer to bash pieces together and various other implements and a lot of elbow grease. Definitely harder than Ikea stuff (for comparison purposes). It would be very helpful to have two people for the build (although I managed to put it together by myself). Annoyingly, the instruction sheet is unclear and the pages do not open in the correct order.
Also be extremely careful when putting together the front wheel assembly, as it would be very easy to forget one of the various pieces (which are confusingly labeled) or install the left and right wheels the wrong way around. Various parts cannot be undone once connected, so double and triple check before doing anything irreversible as it would be major pain to correct!
If not for the build quality issues and construction hassle this would be a 5 star toy.
It doesn't come fully assembled and you're probably better off preparing yourself for a little bit of work on that front. You'll certainly need a hammer and a Philips head screwdriver. Putting on the roof is the hardest part as you need to apply pressure to the roof whilst driving self-tapping screws straight into thick plastic - without pilot holes. The instructions recommend getting someone to push down on the top as you screw with an electric driver. I managed to do it myself by lying over the top of the car and putting my own weight on it, and using brute force and a traditional screwdriver to drive the screws in. It took me about an hour in all.
Once put together it's a really sold ride on (or ride in). The steering wheel turns (although it doesn't steer). There's a horn that squeaks, an ignition key that clicks as it turns and a petrol cap to fiddle around with. There's also a plastic floor that can be inserted or removed depending on whether your child is ready to put their feet down or not. The door on one side can be opened although there is a little latch that allows you to lock it shut if you wish. The age range is between 1 1/2 and 5 years. My son has just turned 3 and he's a perfect fit for it.
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