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How to Build a Wagon by Michael White
One day you are at the store, and you see a nice wagon on the shelf. You just had to have it. So you buy the box with the wagon inside. Then you bring the wagon home and start putting it together.
Wagon Wheel Assembly Screws Wagon Handle Back Axel Red Wagon Body Front Axel
I will explain the first step of putting the wagon together. 1. You take all of the parts of the wagon out of the box. 2. You have to make sure all of the parts are there: Red Wagon Body, Front Axel, Back Axel, Wagon Handle, Wagon Wheel, Assembly Screws 3. Then you can start the building process.
Here is the second step of putting the wagon together: 1. You start out with the red body wagon 2. Look for the holes in the wagon where the assembly screws will be placed.
Now that you have the first and second step done. Its time for the third step.
Third step: 1. Find the brackets that hold the wheels of the wagon. 2. Attach the brackets to the body of the wagon using the correct nuts and bolts.
Fourth Step: 1. You can now attach the wheels to the front and back axle. 2. Use clips to hold the wheels of the wagon in place. 3. You can tighten the assembly screws.
Fifth Step: 1. Next, you will assemble the handle of the wagon to the front axle. 2. Use the front two holes in the body to attach the handle.
Sixth Step: 1. You need to tighten all the assembly screws. 2. You need to make sure everything is in place before you use the wagon.
Last step: 1. There will be two sticky labels which will be placed on the sides of the wagon. 2. Peel back the label carefully and place one label on each side of the wagon.
Now you know how to build a red wagon. You can place your books and toys in the wagon, and enjoy your new toy!
Author page Michael White is a senior at Lawrence County Career and Technical Center, and his home school is the Mohawk Area School District. He is enrolled in the Auto body program. The idea of the book was from a project Michael was doing in shop. That project was, in fact, a red wagon.