Radio Flyer Big Red Classic ATW Wagon

Walmart # 552905194
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Radio Flyer Big Red Classic ATW Wagon

Walmart # 552905194
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<p>The Radio Flyer Big Red Classic ATW Wagon for children is a sturdy wagon and an amusing item to own. This steel wagon with high walls is deeper, which enhances its capacity; up to two children can enjoy a ride in it. It is a kids' wagon that has real tires, and as a result, can be used on any terrain soft grass or hard porch. The air-filled tires promise a smooth and fun-filled ride. Maneuvering this wagon is safe due to its controlled turning radius. The Radio Flyer Big Red Classic ATW Wagon has extra long handle, which makes it convenient to pull around. The handle folds away under the wagon, so you can store it with ease when not in use. The no-scratch edges and steel body add durability to this wagon. The Radio Flyer ATW Wagon is a great choice for adventurous children who wish to tag along for a free ride.</p>

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A sturdy steel wagon with high sides for extra capacity and real air tires to handle any terrain
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Great Wagon!!

We love this wagon!! It is very quick & easy to put together .... all the parts are of good quality. You will not go wrong with this wagon. The ATW wheels make it easy to pull. The deep body of the wagon is a plus. My son loves his Big Red Classic Wagon!!

Best wagon ever build!

Love the strength of this radio flyer wagon and it's long handle. The air tires gives it such a smooth ride. We use it to load the kids and stuff when we going places. Easy to put in the car. I recommend it to all my friends and strangers I meet along the way.

great wagon

This is a terrific, sturdy wagon. I only had one issue with the construction, which is that the bolt that runs through where the pull rod connects to the wagon is not as long as it could be. The lock nut that went over it didn't cover all that well and came off the first day as my son banged it around. I had to locate another lock nut and install it tighter, and haven't had any other problems since. There is one annoyance with the design, and I think this is true of all Radio Flyers: The pull rod is slightly bent. I'm not sure why this is, but maybe they think it makes it easy to put it back into the wagon and remain stable. On flat terrain this may be true, but on a bumpy back yard (this is an ATW right?) it doesn't stay in place on its own. Probably not an issue for most but it's too bad because my son likes to let the wagon roll freely down our yard and the rod always bounces around until it swings to the ground. There are wagons with other designs where the pull rod can go all the way back into the top of the wagon. I do love the ATW aspect of this wagon. It handles the backyard nicely and accepts the kind of punishment kids can deliver.

Helpful tagalong

I am a 77 year old & my garage/shop is about a block from my house,so this little red-wagon is my helper getting my groceries etc. to the house, it's much easier for me to handle than a wheelbarrow, sure saves me trips to & from the house & it's a pretty neat looker too. It took me a while to get it put together(when all else fails--read the instructios-- ha ha ha) it's real sturdy & well built, I've really used it a lot---Grama Tweet

Minor Ding but otherwise exactly what I wanted

Was looking for a wagon that my 3yr old could pull around the yard possibly with his little sister in it. Or that myself or my wife could pull with them both in it. This wagon seemed to be the best option. It has a fairly deep bed and fills this need perfectly. The large wheels, which come already inflated, help it move over the grass much easier than the narrower ones and though the hubs are plastic they seem very solid. On assembly there might be some trouble getting everything tight, but it can be done solo. Would probably be much easier with a second pair of hands. Also the instructions recommend using a small amount of metal lubricant in the main joint on the turning axle. This lubricant is not included. Finally for an example as to how easy the wheels turn, my 34lb son was able to pull me across the driveway in it. I currently weigh in at 203lbs so yeah...

slightly disappointed

This wagon is not exactly the quality that I have come to expect from Radio Flyer. It is a little on the flimsy side (especially the front tire assembly where the handle attaches... it has already been bent by my 3 year old) compared to the older style that they had when I was a kid. I did a lot of shopping around before purchasing this one and Walmart had the best price for this wagon. Unfortunately, I think it is one of the better quality metal wagons available today, and that is the only reason that I would recommend it to anyone. I do like the size of the wagon and the larger tires enable my boys to pull it just about anywhere.

Big improvement

The Flyer ATW is a much-improved version of the old classic. Wheels are tough plastic (probably nylon or Delrin), so no rust. Other hardware is about the same, so expect longer-term issues (paint fade, rust, etc.). The pneumatic tires make a huge difference compared to the old solid ones; the wagon is much easier to manipulate, especially over grass and dirt. The deep tray is ideal for hauling garden supplies and kids. My hardware package was short one 1/4"-20 lock nut, but the package had an extra 5/16" nut (for the front tongue mount). This very good product could be greatly improved with stainless steel fasteners and powder-coated metal throughout., and a tougher paint inside the tray. Durability will always be a limiting factor with metal products, but with today's technology it shouldn't be! Assembly tip: lubricate axle rods and tongue swivel assembly with white lithium grease, not "oil" as per instructions; this is best done before mounting parts.
For $120 I had expected a wagon of heavier build. The wheels are plastic, not steel and no bearings. I am afraid the wagon tongue will easily bend due to the light material used. Also the braces for the undercarraige made of extremely light material. I would have thought that since this wagon was made in China with substandard wages being paid, the manufacturer could have used better material and still made a reasonable profit. I hope it will hold up to rigors of my two year old grandson. I have my doubts.

Great Gardening Wagon

this is our second one in 20 years, durable, easy to use, hauls anything around the garden, convenient, sits up on its end in the shed.

Who doesn't love a radio flyer wagon!

We purchased this wagon for our grandchildren, ages 3 & 18 months. They love it! It's big enough for both of them and very sturdy. Highly recommended.
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