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[Home Depot] Kidsquad 12V Jeep Wrangler Ride-On Toy in Red $198

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What age do kids ride these things? My nephew is turning 1 in November.. haha
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lovethesales wrote: What age do kids ride these things? My nephew is turning 1 in November.. haha
Too early. My 3 years old is starting on it and is okay.
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lovethesales wrote: What age do kids ride these things? My nephew is turning 1 in November.. haha
As long as he can sit up its all good. This is a great replacement for those pushcars for kids that age cuz they outgrow those quickly.
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Christianbai1984 wrote: Just got it from HD burlington for 50% clearance at $99...took the last one! what a steal!
Mind sharing the receipt ?
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Nov 24, 2009
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Just picked one up at oakville location. Price shows regular price online but it scanned in at $198. Image
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I just picked up one for $149.99 plus taxes. The total I paid was 169.99. The store has it listed for $198 but they honored the picture one of the gentlemen listed. This purchase was made at leasing location. Still 6 unit out there
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askadeel wrote: I just picked up one for $149.99 plus taxes. The total I paid was 169.99. The store has it listed for $198 but they honored the picture one of the gentlemen listed. This purchase was made at leasing location. Still 6 unit out there
Customer service won't honor this anymore. 2/3 units left @$198
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Aug 15, 2006
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I picked probably the last one up in Whitby at 198.
My kid is just 2 but he can sit in it while I use the remote control.

My intent was to look for the ridged saw but ended up with this as that was oos
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Christianbai1984 wrote: Just got it from HD burlington for 50% clearance at $99...took the last one! what a steal!
Please post receipt
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I read earlier in the thread that to extend range I can add a 12v motorcycle battery in parallel. Right now I believe it has 2 6v in a series.

Q1. Do I just parallel one 6v to a 12v to extend range? And leave the other 6v in the series
(I don’t want to accidentally make it 18v for speed (until he is old enough lol)

Q2. What 12v battery is recommended (any link to amazon or ct)
Would this work - Amazon Link Casil CA1270 SLA 12V 7AH

Q3. With the additional battery do I charge it differently or just use existing charger and it charges all 3?

Q4 any useful video or tutorial out there for this specific model

Thanks
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SoulTracer wrote: I read earlier in the thread that to extend range I can add a 12v motorcycle battery in parallel. Right now I believe it has 2 6v in a series.

Q1. Do I just parallel one 6v to a 12v to extend range? And leave the other 6v in the series
(I don’t want to accidentally make it 18v for speed (until he is old enough lol)

Q2. What 12v battery is recommended (any link to amazon or ct)
Would this work - Amazon Link Casil CA1270 SLA 12V 7AH

Q3. With the additional battery do I charge it differently or just use existing charger and it charges all 3?

Q4 any useful video or tutorial out there for this specific model

Thanks
The 12 V should be in parallel to both 6v that are in series. So you start at the negative part of the first battery and u end at the positive part if the second battery.
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PriceHunter wrote: The 12 V should be in parallel to both 6v that are in series. So you start at the negative part of the first battery and u end at the positive part if the second battery.
K that confused me a bit but found this and it makes sense now
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I have 2 x 12V batteries..

So 6 + 6 + 12 + 12

36V!!!!
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