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Want to buy my 7year old a off road buggy ,I've looked at a few and a few second hand ones but been to far away from where I live (Essex)just wondering if anyone on here has bought there kids one and what sort , my boy has a motorbike which I now want to sell as he just doesn't want and a quad which he is out growing and has his heart set on a buggy
 

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wow when I was 7, i just had a pedal bike and I was chuffed with that.
 
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I was interested in something similar for my boys but can you use them anywhere without the police taking them away and crushing then?
 

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I was interested in something similar for my boys but can you use them anywhere without the police taking them away and crushing then?
You can get a little 48v 1000w electric one that does about 20 mph, can't see them having a issue with that
 

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I was interested in something similar for my boys but can you use them anywhere without the police taking them away and crushing then?
I'm fortunate to have a big lump of land for the kids to ride them on ,it's great for the kids to be honest as there out in the fresh air and not stuck in front of a screen of some sorts ,m looking at the hammerhead which is £999 it's quite a lot of money but I'm selling his quad bike and motorbike so shouldn't have to put to much more towards it ,they do some good adult ones too :D
 

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My boys have got a couple of Murray karts , youngest lad is 10 and we had them 4 years , so suitable for 7 year olds I'd say , they not missed a beat and they have had plenty of use . :smthumbup
 

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My boys have got a couple of Murray karts , youngest lad is 10 and we had them 4 years , so suitable for 7 year olds I'd say , they not missed a beat and they have had plenty of use . :smthumbup
Sounds like they have had plenty of fun mate what sort of speed do they reach
 

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They do about 25mph in standard trim , but can be tuned up a bit . They drift nicely even with adults in ! They really stable and I think pretty safe compared to others .

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They do about 25mph in standard trim , but can be tuned up a bit . They drift nicely even with adults in ! They really stable and I think pretty safe compared to others .

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They look great mate perfect for what I'm looking for ,where did you buy them from and what sort of money was they ,have they got adjustable seats
 

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Yes they got adjustable seats , just have to undo a bolt on each side and slide back or forth , and adjustable suspension . One has a 3 point harness the other a seat belt . Found them on eBay one was £600 near stanstead then a year later the other one was £650 in Milton Keynes, Had a manco dingo before but they just understeer badly .

They do still appear on eBay from time to time , both ours are 2003 models but you wouldn't think so to look at them .
 

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Yes they got adjustable seats , just have to undo a bolt on each side and slide back or forth , and adjustable suspension . One has a 3 point harness the other a seat belt . Found them on eBay one was £600 near stanstead then a year later the other one was £650 in Milton Keynes, Had a manco dingo before but they just understeer badly .

They do still appear on eBay from time to time , both ours are 2003 models but you wouldn't think so to look at them .
Yeah yours look like new ,well if you ever want to sell them mate let me know
 
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