Kid Kustoms' Roddler stroller converts into a cool trike
By Jude Garvey
September 23, 2009
The Kid Kustoms' Roddler stroller has been wowing parents for a few years now - not only because of its customizable hot rod look but also its price tag – from USD $2,500. Now the company has released a trike conversion kit that replaces the front end of the stroller to create a new set of wheels for your trendy tot.
The conversion kit contains all the necessary components - including a front wheel, front end handlebars, pedals, and a seat. With a simple two-bolt application, the front end of the stroller is replaced and your child is ready to cruise around the neighborhood.
There are also stacks of accessories to make this trike unique – including customized number plates, headlights, mirrors, grips and a buddy wagon.
It’s worth shopping around for the best price, with conversion kits seeming to range from USD$295 to USD$400. And, if you don’t already have the stroller, you can buy the stand-alone trike from approximately USD$595. See Kid Kustoms for dealers.Share
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