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T-Rex Skid Loader

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Nothing stands in the way of the award-winning T-Rex Skid Loader. Chomping teeth, snapping jaw, and segmented swinging tail make this demolition monster the most fearsome member of the Dino Construction Crew. Through sand, dirt, rocks, and water, this vehicle is all kid-powered. Instead of regular tire tracks, T-Rex leaves pre-historic footprints, making it a great friend to bring along on beach trips and outdoor adventures. With no electric parts or batteries, T-Rex is designed strong and tough for years of imaginative play. For use inside, outside, or wherever the fun takes you—no metal parts means no rust, just rinse clean and get right back to work to the excavation site.


WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD—small parts not for children under 3 years.


Ages 3 and up. All plastic, with no parts to rust or batteries to replace. 20 1/2"W x 11"H x 9 5/8"D.


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