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Spring Horse I've lost the assembly instructions for my kid's spring horse. Does anyone have an assembly diagram or instruction sheet?

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You can go to the Radio Flyer website and download the assembly instructions.

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Hello. Here is the link that you need. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the instructions to download them. Happy holidays, Joe
PS please rate my answer. thank you.
http://www.radioflyer.com/products/horses/301.asp

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