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    Default Shehreyar: Age 4 with little 4x4

    Guys right now my Jeep (FJ40) is being restored, however, here are the pics of my Son's Jeep. Its a mini vehicle with 4 wheel drive and and 4 wheel auto brakes (moving the foot of the accelarator results in braking mechanisim to activate electrically. The body is made from high impact plastic supported by a real steel frame . A set of 4 25-watt motors (one at each wheel) drive the vehicle through a gear reduction mechanism. It has two speeds and seems to do pretty well offroad in high gear with one passenger. Drive time is about 40 minutes. Future upgrade will be to move from 12volts (2 6volt sealed lead acid batteries) to 18volts. This bumps ups power and speed goes from the current 7.5km/hr to 10km/hr. This is pretty good for a little machines as full torque is available at zero rpm as well as top speed
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    Mashallah cute jeep and cute kids.
    if in isb ur son could have joined IJC for sure
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    Mashallah cute jeep and cute kids.
    if in isb ur son could have joined IJC for sure
    thanks mate.

    My son does go offroading on the green belt . The little jeep does pretty well in deep sand and gravel and my son gets a real thrill pushing the jeep to its limits. will post some video clips soon.

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    MashAllah!
    Glad to see the interest at this age
    I used to want to change the world. Now I just want to leave the room with a little dignity.

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    Shehreyar taking his little cousin for a off-road drive. Here he is driving with switch turned to HIGH (7.5 km/per hour).

    Shehreyar Age 4 with little 4x4 -15724
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    Masha Allah

    Future Offroader in action
    -It is always Man behind the Machine.

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    I used to drive them 5 -6 years ago
    Is it having a seatbelt?
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    MASHAALLAH, that is a high ride for your kid! Perfect -

    This is pretty good for a little machines as full torque is available at zero rpm as well as top speed
    Jhatkay waali ride hojaati hay magar ustaad!! 0 RPM pey TQ available nahin hona chaiye, you have to sacrifice comfort! I am not talking about your sons ride though!
    Nothing to see here.

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    Bro how much did it cost you and from where did u get it? i am looking for a decent electric vehicle for my son as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rusty_racer94 View Post
    I used to drive them 5 -6 years ago
    Is it having a seatbelt?
    its nice to know that you enjoyed these vehicles in the past .

    In pakistan you usually get the two wheel drive or 6 volt ones which do not have much power, speed or ablility. this even in its stock form had 12volts with 24 amps. it has now been upgraded to 18 volts with 36amps. volts push up speed/power and amps make it last / run longer.

    In the US and Europe now they have Power Wheels and Peg Preggio branded jeeps with excellent quality with suspension and 24 volts giving it decent torque and speed.

    Yep, it has 2 seat belts...one for each passenger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proverbial_Slang View Post
    Bro how much did it cost you and from where did u get it? i am looking for a decent electric vehicle for my son as well.
    My first question would be how old is your kid ? If he is 8year old and above then a petrol version is recommended with parental speed control. these petrol powered vehicle are usually in ATV (all terrain vehicle) 4 wheeled bike format with 35cc to 110cc range. Yes, very small atvs also available in 110cc. These type of vehicles are usually tougher than electric ones...especially if you pick a good quality one. Stay away from cheaply built ATV. At Al Fateh they had a really nice mini ATV with disc brakes, full suspension and most importantly a parental speed control. It was powered by a 70cc petrol engine and auto gears. It was of decent quality and on sale for about Rs. 50,000. My son was only 3years old last year so I get him the electric jeep instead.

    I would recommend that you go to Al Fateh and see if any are available. Sometimes they get a good stock of electric and gasoline powered vehicles. Beware of low quality and /or 6volt versions. they will be nothing but a waste of money. cheap 10,000 rupee electric vehicles dont perform or last.

    My kids jeep was approximatley Rs.24,000 with 4x4 12volt 24 amp batteries and of normal quality. However it also requires routine maintenance from Rasheed & Naveed Electronics (03004516396) to keep it running. I have now upgraded it to 18volts.

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    Very informative, thanks a lot Salman. I will definately visit Al-Fateh in near future.

    My son will be 4 in April, i think a jeep like that of your son will be a perfect gift for his birthday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saidhi View Post
    Very informative, thanks a lot Salman. I will definately visit Al-Fateh in near future.

    My son will be 4 in April, i think a jeep like that of your son will be a perfect gift for his birthday.
    yes indeed your son will enjoy the Jeep. You will however have to spend a day or teaching him how to drive (stear)...and how to use the forward and reverse switches. I made a track for my kid and coached him for 2 to 3 days...after that he drove on his own...and after about 2 weeks he was driving like a pro. His mom was pretty upset at me and him as he broke all the flower / plant pots by knocking them over with his jeep
    Now he drives the jeep outside in the canal green belt.

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    MashAllah!! very cute kids (Allah nazar sei bachay) and that is a VERY cool 4x4. I hop emy sons don't see this thread or i'll have to buy them one too
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    Quote Originally Posted by salmanchaudhry View Post
    My first question would be how old is your kid ? If he is 8year old and above then a petrol version is recommended with parental speed control. these petrol powered vehicle are usually in ATV (all terrain vehicle) 4 wheeled bike format with 35cc to 110cc range. Yes, very small atvs also available in 110cc. These type of vehicles are usually tougher than electric ones...especially if you pick a good quality one. Stay away from cheaply built ATV. At Al Fateh they had a really nice mini ATV with disc brakes, full suspension and most importantly a parental speed control. It was powered by a 70cc petrol engine and auto gears. It was of decent quality and on sale for about Rs. 50,000. My son was only 3years old last year so I get him the electric jeep instead.

    I would recommend that you go to Al Fateh and see if any are available. Sometimes they get a good stock of electric and gasoline powered vehicles. Beware of low quality and /or 6volt versions. they will be nothing but a waste of money. cheap 10,000 rupee electric vehicles dont perform or last.

    My kids jeep was approximatley Rs.24,000 with 4x4 12volt 24 amp batteries and of normal quality. However it also requires routine maintenance from Rasheed & Naveed Electronics (03004516396) to keep it running. I have now upgraded it to 18volts.
    Thank you very much salmanchaudhry My son is 3 years old and thats why I want an electric vehicle for him. I will try Alfatah definitely. Also, the information about the volatge and amperage is very useful. I will keep those things in mind too.
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    woah!!!
    its really nice (Y)
    whats under the hood ??
    Tried tried twice .. but failed

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    Quote Originally Posted by salmanchaudhry View Post
    yes indeed your son will enjoy the Jeep. You will however have to spend a day or teaching him how to drive (stear)...and how to use the forward and reverse switches. I made a track for my kid and coached him for 2 to 3 days...after that he drove on his own...and after about 2 weeks he was driving like a pro. His mom was pretty upset at me and him as he broke all the flower / plant pots by knocking them over with his jeep
    Now he drives the jeep outside in the canal green belt.
    Indeed I will try to teach Ahmad the basics, but, my opinion about the kids of 21st century is that they, on account of the TV/media exposure, are really very smart. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comfficeffice" /><o:p></o:p>
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    Just an example, my son and I watched Fast and Furious/Gone in 60 Seconds in the last month or so and you know what, my mother told the other day that Ahmad was trying to show his Dado and Dada how to drift on his tricycle. Off course my mother and Ahmad's mother were not amused but my father and I could only laugh at his enthusiasm.<o:p></o:p>
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    Boys are boys and will do this kind of stuff anyway, I used to do it on roads during my teens, risking not only my life and limb but that of others around me, however, with the parental guidance, children can be taught to consider safety as paramount and be taught what their elders learnt the hard way.<o:p></o:p>
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    So, I totally agree with your decision of buying your son his first jeep and teach him how to drive it. Naturally he will discuss his adventures with you in life and you can help him in taking his safety and that of others into account.<o:p></o:p>

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    I totally agree with Saidhi
    -It is always Man behind the Machine.

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    [QUOTE=saidhi;2030256]Indeed I will try to teach Ahmad the basics, but, my opinion about the kids of 21st century is that they, on account of the TV/media exposure, are really very smart. fficeffice" />

    Agreed

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