This Family Built Their Kids A Custom Miniature Fire Truck With Rear Wheel Steering!
When it comes to letting the kids have a little bit of fun, there are a lot of ways ...
When it comes to letting the kids have a little bit of fun, there are a lot of ways that you can go about helping facilitate that. It seems like, as we get older, there are more and more toys making their way to market that maybe we wish were available when we were kids. Some of these things downright look like they are a ton of fun for youngsters to get out there and enjoy. What appears to be even more of a blast is when somebody goes out of their way and puts a lot of attention to detail into creating some custom toys for the youngsters to really have a blast while they are learning some important skills, maybe even without them being aware that they’re picking up these valuable life lessons.
This time, we check out the latter as somebody has really put a lot of effort into creating a firetruck for the youngsters to enjoy. Not only is this thing completely custom but the attention to detail is certainly second to none as the person behind it even went so far as applying custom rear wheel steering to the truck, allowing the rear wheels to make turns just like the front wheels, something that you will even see on some of the bigger real-life fire trucks that will allow them to get in and out of tight places with their massive frame and body.
If you follow along with the video below, you’ll be able to dig into this toy that is downright awesome to watch and look at. Whatever youngster ends up getting the opportunity to get their hands on this firetruck is really going to have a leg up on all of their peers when it finally comes time for them to take that good old driving test. Something tells me that after having the opportunity to practice so much for something like this, when it comes time to drive a real car, they’re going to knock it straight out of the park.
The McCuin family tiller truck. Built by our own Josh McCuin's father for Josh's girls, this amazing tiller truck has fully functional rear steering and we understand working ladder extension and outriggers are coming very soon.
Posted by City of Fairfax Fire Department on Friday, June 8, 2018