Worksman Mover Industrial Trike M2626-CB, M2626-3CB

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Price: $869.00
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    The Worksman Mover industrial tricycle is a tried and true heavy duty industrial tricycle with a 500 Lbs. capacity (Rider and Cargo). The Mover is built tough with features like solid steel seat post for ultimate durability and heavy duty rims and spokes. The Mover can be outfitted with a platform lip, basket or cabinet so you can carry just about anything. The Mover is available with 20'' or 26'' wheels and even available with aluminum rims and stainless steel spokes for more corrosion resistance. The Worksman Mover was designed for industrial setting in factories and for people and business looking for the ultimate durability.
    Age Range 10+ inseam measurement 27"-37"

    Mover Size 54" Long by 34 1/2 Wide

    Box Size 57" x 33" x 35"
    140 Lbs

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    South Carolina

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    <p>A little disappointed with a few things. I wanted to buy an American made trike so I ordered a Worksman Mover Industrial Trike. After weighting five weeks to have my trike manufactured it arrived from the factory in New York. The trike arrived scratched, the wood packaging rubbed the frame during transportation and rubbed the paint off the frame. The frame could have been prepared better before it was painted. There looks to be flux still stuck to the frame tubing and it was just painted over. The paint did cover the entire frame but just not as smooth as I would have wanted. The frame, fork, wheels and rear axle look to very strong and should last a long time.</p>