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We’d love to share any information we have available to us! Please email a picture or two to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you don’t see your model listed online, we may still have parts available for purchase. To see if we still have a particular part, please contact customer service at (800)621-7613 or email us at email@example.com.
We no longer have any of the old decals available. If you have a steel wagon, we offer a decal for purchase. For more details, click here.
Radio Flyer does not have paint available, as it is propriety. Paint that is similar, but not exact, in color may be purchased from a store using the PMS (Pantone Matching System) numbers below: Red: PMS 187 Dark Pink: PMS 1925C Light Pink: PMS 1905
Radio Flyer does not maintain information regarding the value of discontinued or older model products. We recommend contacting a local antique or toy dealer for a proper estimate.
To find instruction sheets for your product, please click here. If you cannot locate your model online, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your model number or an image of your product. Our representatives will search through our archives to locate your particular product’s instruction sheet.
The large metal hubcaps were replaced by the red plastic hubcaps in 1967. We no longer have any of the metal hubcaps available.
We no longer manufacture wheels that measure 9 inches in diameter. We recommend purchasing our 8.5 inch wheels in a quantity of 2 or 4 to prevent an unstable wagon. Please note that this wheel has a steel inner hub and hard rubber tread. This wheel can be found here.
We no longer manufacture wheels that measure 6.5 inches in diameter. We recommend purchasing our 7 inch wheels in a quantity of 2 or 4 to prevent an unstable wagon. This wheel can be found here.
Radio Flyer must continually develop new products to meet retail and consumer demand. This leads to the discontinuation of older products to make room for new items.