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Razor Crazy Cart

Item# 080W008238404001P | Model# 25143499 | Added on June 6, 2014 |
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Razor Crazy Cart
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The Razor Crazy Cart will let your child drive, spin or drift like a pro while at home. This will let your child drive like a go cart or lift the drift bar to kick into Crazy Cart mode. This provides your youngster multiple options for hours of entertainment at a time. The patented drift system allows them to vary the rear caster angle to drive forward, backward, sideways, diagonally and everything in between. It's another revolution in riding from Razor. This Razor cart offers 360-degree plus steering capability for tight turns, giving you the precise control you want in a competitive race environment. It has pneumatic front tire and anti-tip front caster wheels for optimal driving. This kids' cart includes a lap/shoulder strap for ultimate driving safety and also has a fun flag included. Additionally, it will support riders up to 140 pounds. The Razor Crazy Cart does require two 12-volt batteries to run.


• Speed: Up to 12 mph (19 kmh)

• Run Time: Up to 40 minutes of continuous use

• Frame: Powder coated steel

• Motor: Variable speed, high-torque, chain-driven

• Throttle: Variable speed foot pedal acceleration

• Steering: Patented, allows unique drifting, turning and stopping

• Front Wheel: High impact pneumatic tire

• Rear Wheels: Dual inclined caster wheels

• Seat: Bucket seat

• Battery: 24V (two 12V) sealed lead acid, rechargeable

• Includes: Battery charger, flag (not shown) and front

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Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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