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Pedaled "Go-Kart" Is Ideal For Farm Kids
Kids love these pedaled go-carts and the big tires are ideal for gravel roads or rough ter-rain," says Edney Distributing, a well-known farm equipment distributor which recently began importing this line of innovative go-carts from Holland. Standard equipment includes 40-in. wheels, hand brake, enclosed chain guard, chain tightener, free-wheel hub, and an adjustable seat. A pivoting front axle, metal fenders, parking brake, and reflectors are also standard on some models.
The free-wheel hub leaves the pedals free when rolling downhill (just like a bike). The Toronto model is available with a "super free wheel hub". By pushing the brake handle downward you can disconnect the free wheel hub to drive the Go-Kart backward. When you loosen the handle the free wheel will be active again.
Optional equipment includes a tipping trailer, twin seat, speedometer, bullbar, carry-on box, digger, flashing rear light, wide wheels and sporty wheels. The speedometer has a built-in stopwatch for competitions.
Costs start at $350 plus S&H.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Edney Distributing Co., 8485 215th St. W., Lakeville, Minn. 55044 (ph 612 469-5267; fax 5269).

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1998 - Volume #22, Issue #5