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Sportsplay Choo-Choo Express Play Set

Item# 268-SPL013-1-AF | Model# 911-130B | Added on May 9, 2017 |
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Sportsplay Choo-Choo Express Play Set
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Encourages physical and creative development. Strong, sturdy painted galvanized steel. Two durable molded plastic slides and three climbing areas. ADA-compliant. Posts are 5 in. diameter O.D. Allied Tubing with triple corrosion protection. Cross bars are cross hatched for better grip. Decks are punched 12-gauge steel with a protective coating. Post caps are impact-resistant injection-molded polyethylene. 6 appealing areas of involvement and play. What We Like About the Choo Choo Express Play SetEvery kid loves trains, and this is play set lets kids experience the thrill of one. Built to look like an old-time steam locomotive, it brings a sense of history and adventure to the playground. A long design makes it good for narrow play areas. It offers six engaging events to experience that will challenge youngsters. In all, there are three climbing apparatus, two slides, a crawl tube, and a bubble panel. All levels and decks are bordered on all sides for safety, too.There is so much for elementary-aged kids to do around this play center. It is perfect for schoolyards and recreation areas of museums and parks.Safety and durability are an important part of this set, too. Every cross bar is crosshatched for better and safer grip. Made of durable molded plastic, the slides will last for years. The support tubes are 5 inch diameter galvanized steel covered with powder-coated paint. All the decks are made from tough 12-gauge punched steel, and all hardware is stainless ... read more
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