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Old 10-25-20, 08:37 AM
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When you're ready for a "Mighty" ride, here's your bike

While I agree fitment may be an issue, hard hat in hand you're ready for your "Mighty" ride with this bike:






There a break from Covid for the day, enjoy.
Oh and just noticed check out the bracing on the frame double triangle with X crossing tubes, but then again it's a "Tonka".

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The hubs look like they could be stripped and passed off as French constructeur hubs in a fuzzy picture.
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While I agree fitment may be an issue, hard hat in hand you're ready for your "Mighty" ride with this bike:






There a break from Covid for the day, enjoy.
Oh and just noticed check out the bracing on the frame double triangle with X crossing tubes, but then again it's a "Tonka".
Please tell us you acquired this?
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Can't beat double crown front sus!
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Sorry merziac both grandsons are too big for it, and while one granddaughter might fit I've already got her covered with her first balance bike, once she's done with it this too would be too small. But it is huge for a Tonka toy, LOL.
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Sorry merziac both grandsons are too big for it, and while one granddaughter might fit I've already got her covered with her first balance bike, once she's done with it this too would be too small. But it is huge for a Tonka toy, LOL.
I get it but no way I could have passed this up provided the $$$ were somewhat ok, not sure what that would be.
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Great, just what a kid needs - a BSO with enough unnecessary crap added to it that it weighs about as much as the equally-useless adult-sized BSO.

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My dump truck is better!
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Down with tin car congestion!

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