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yooper

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Have you ever seen a contraption like this? It’s both an eating station for s child and somehow converts to a rocking horse. I can’t figure out the horse part. Have no directions but was made in Canada by kiddy kastle. I have a few but no directions how to “horse it up” 39318702-5782-4B07-B4D3-67CF480A4331.jpeg C3C9EBAB-2CE6-426A-8242-B2A2F8C85C00.jpeg
 
edisto

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Does the bar with the black plastic tips sit on top of the frame behind the seat? Parallel to the seat back?
 
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I’m wondering if they came from somewhere that had disabled children.

Like the UP?







Sorry 'bout that. I knew a guy from Michigan who told the same jokes abut yoopers that we told about "newfies" in Canada.
 
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Have you ever seen a contraption like this? It’s both an eating station for s child and somehow converts to a rocking horse. I can’t figure out the horse part. Have no directions but was made in Canada by kiddy kastle. I have a few but no directions how to “horse it up” View attachment 877689 View attachment 877690
Omg! that is like in mint condition. Where'd you find it?
I think I've seen one before.
I'll see if I can find some info for you on assembly
 
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Here's the patent info, but it doesn't look too helpful at first glance.

The springs are #33 in Fig. 3.
 

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Here's the patent info, but it doesn't look too helpful at first glance.

The springs are #33 in Fig. 3.
The patent is for the retractable wheels. Yoopers chair is different.

What is holding the "chair" in place... is it attached at the sides?
Is the bar with the foot rests attached to anything?
 
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