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RSS Video: Can an actual Ford F-150 ride on 4 Power Wheels F-150s?

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A lot of kids are rough on their toys, especially when it comes to those made to be used outside, like a four-wheeled kid-size Power Wheels. Whether it's cruising through the sand box, carrying piles of rocks in the driveway or crashing around trees in the backyard, these motorized vehicles often take punishment from the moment the giftwrap comes off.

The folks at Fisher-Price decided to give their latest F-150 Power Wheels a true torture test worse than any kid could have ever managed by setting a real 2015 Ford F-150 on top of four of them. Would the little toy trucks explode in a shower of plastic shards in a massive collapse, and if not, could they drive away afterwards?

The latest F-150 might be 700 pounds lighter thanks to the switch to aluminum, but it's still a fullsize pickup. According to this clip, the truck weighs in at 4,120 pounds, which puts an average of 1,030 pounds on each of the toys. Check out the video above to see how the stunt goes, and click on the gallery below for some behind-the-scenes looks at the setup.

Continue reading Can an actual Ford F-150 ride on 4 Power Wheels F-150s?

Can an actual Ford F-150 ride on 4 Power Wheels F-150s? originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 08 Dec 2014 20:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Ok now drive around all 4 of them suckers with the real F-150 on it and see what happens next. I'll bet they didn't think of that!!!!

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