What is the phone number for Radio Flyer?

What is the phone number for Radio Flyer?

For questions regarding product warranty, please reference our warranty policy or call Customer Service at 1.800.621.7613, Monday – Friday 8:00am CST – 4:30pm CST. PLEASE NOTE: If you already own a Radio Flyer product, please have the model number and MD code (located on the warning label) available at the time of your call.

When did the movie Radio Flyer Come Out?

David Mickey Evans’ script for Radio Flyer was a hot property around Hollywood, and Warner Bros. and Columbia Pictures started a bidding war around it in November 1989.

What was the golden anniversary of Radio Flyer?

1967 was the Golden Anniversary of Radio Steel, and business was stronger than ever. The wagons were still made with the same quality craftsmanship and care that have become trademarks of Radio Flyer, and new technologies allowed for even greater expansion of the Radio Line.

Is the model number on a Radio Flyer final?

Please Note: All parts sales are final. We recommend checking the product model number located on your product to ensure accurate and speedy delivery.

Can a third party sell parts to Radio Flyer?

Radio Flyer strictly controls the product parts that it offers for sale and does not sell parts for resale purposes, nor does it permit use of parts in third party products. Radio Flyer is the only approved seller for product parts.

When did the Radio Flyer garden cart come out?

In 1957, Radio Steel introduced a line of garden carts to help out with lawn care in the nation’s fast-growing suburbs. This revolutionary design made it easier to carry a larger load in a smaller area — its heavy steel construction and baked enamel finish also added to its durability.

When did the Radio Flyer Town and Country come out?

First introduced in the 1960’s, the Radio Flyer Town & Country is a rugged, traditional wood wagon that has a “down-on-the-farm” feel that kids love. Its features put safety right up front, including smooth streamlined corners, a controlled turning radius that guards against tipping, and a quiet ride.