Dad Attaches Husqvarna Leaf Blower to His Sons Power Wheels Truck

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This could very well be the best invention since the Internet. Why? Because it lets the kids have fun while also putting them to work. By attaching a Husqvarna leaf blower to a Power Wheels truck, this inventor has created a winning combination of work and fun for his kid. With a setup like this, you can just sit back and watch your child blow all the leaves in your yard into a nice pile. Granted, it might take a while for your kid to get good at it, but he’ll be improving his motor skills and helping you with an annoying task at the same time.

Dad Attaches Husqvarna Leaf Blower to His Sons Power Wheels Truck

The F-150 Power Wheels Truck

The truck this inventor has attached a leaf blower to is a Fisher-Price Power Wheels F-150. The truck’s foot-pedal operation is made to drive like the real thing, so it can actually improve a kid’s driving skills so he’s better prepared to drive a real car or truck later on. The truck has extra-wide off-road tires for driving on concrete or grass. It can also go forward and in reverse, and an electronic braking system stops the car as soon as the driver takes his foot off the pedal. The truck has a 6-volt battery and can go as fast as 3.5 miles per hour. Designed for kids from 2 to 6 years old, the truck is made of durable plastic and has a maximum weight capacity of 65 pounds.

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More about Power Wheels

Power Wheels have been around since 1984. They were originally made by Kransco, but Mattel purchased the line from them in 1994. These battery-powered ride-on cars became more and more popular as Fisher-Price, which is a subsidiary company of Mattel, added new vehicle model licenses. Fisher-Price saw record sales in 1999 after releasing their Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Ride-On. In addition to the Ford F-150 seen here, other popular scale versions of real car models include the Jeep Wrangler, Cadillac Escalade EXT, and Ford Mustang.

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