- 36" x 17-1/2" x 4-1/2"
- 10" x 4" wheels
- 50 percent deeper than our classic red wagon.
- High sides for extra capacity.
- Real air tires for super soft,super quiet ride.
- Sturdy steel construction With no-scratch edges.
- Extra long handle for Easy pulling.
- Handle folds under for easy storage.
- No-pinch ball joint keeps fingers safe.
- Controlled turning radius Prevents tipping for ages over 1-1/2 years.
*Items shipped from our warehouse to stores in Alaska and Hawaii will receive a 70% shipping discount.
30-Day Return Guarantee
We want you to be fully satisfied with every item that you purchase from www.acehardware.com. If you are not satisfied with an item that you have purchased (excluding Gift Cards and gas-powered outdoor equipment*), you may return the item up to thirty days after the original purchase date to receive a store credit (less shipping, handling and other charges). We recommend that you make returns of online purchases to an Ace retail store near you which will issue your store credit. If you do not have an Ace retail store near you, please contact a Customer Service Specialist by calling 1-866-290-5334 for complete return instructions. Please refer to our Return Instructions for more information about returning a purchase.
The item must be returned in good condition, in original boxes (whenever possible), and with all paperwork, parts and accessories to insure full credit. After 30 days, please contact the manufacturer directly.
*Gas-Powered Outdoor Equipment cannot be returned once gas or oil has been put in it, even if the Equipment has been drained of these materials.
What people are saying
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- Easy to put together
- Poor Construction
Comments about Radio Flyer® Atw Steel Wagon (1800):
Flimsy. Inferior product. The new design of the tongue of the wagon vs. older models is ridiculously inferior. It flexes with every pull, push or tug to the point of bending out of shape. The gauge of the wagon feels thinner than an older one I have. I also hate that you can no longer steer the wagon while sitting inside while being pushed. I think that's most ironic since that is part of the logo on the side of the wagon, a kid sitting in his wagon steering with the handle in his hands. The handle on the new one does not bend down far enough to do so.