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ZX-1 Power Add-on owners thread

by webfoot on 05-29-2017 at 02:44 PM
Quote Originally Posted by pattherat View Post
The short wheelbase on your Kuschall will make it harder for the front wheels to bump up over obstacles. Center of gravity also plays a part. The clamping mechanism on the ZX1 is designed for a 1 1/4" camber tube. It should clamp firmly but still allow the camber tube to rotate inside the clamping. It's possible that your Kuschall has a smaller, possibly 1 1/8" cambertube causing it to shift laterally too easily. Spinergy may have a thicker carbon fiber bushing to help with that. I've

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ZX-1 Power Add-on owners thread

by webfoot on 05-29-2017 at 02:42 PM
Quote Originally Posted by robotnik View Post
I've done some adjustments on my ZX too,
- I've removed the anti-tips, it helps on small curbs, but you'll have to get used with the "dive" of the armrest. Especially with the joystick's side when you use the motor's brake, it can be surprising...
- I've removed the high adjustment nut stop of the clamshell, near the proximity sensor. Now I can raise my chair to the maximum without going in crawl mode,
- same problem of ZX sliding laterally on the camber bar. I've used

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ZX-1 Power Add-on owners thread

by webfoot on 05-29-2017 at 02:41 PM
Quote Originally Posted by pattherat View Post
Quote Originally Posted by pfcs49 View Post
Did some "driving"
The chair is nice in the garage, patio, deck, barn-house. It's nice, the feeling of being propelled and not having to work at it.
The thing is problematic going in/out of the house, especially out! We have a Anderson sliding door; there's about a 1" drop from the flooring to the sill the screen tracks are on, then 1/2" onto the bricks of the patio. The friggin thing gets stuck! I try raising the chair/NG; I lo0wer the chair so the wheelchair tires

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TiLite TR3 Fabrication Progress Pics

by webfoot on 08-23-2015 at 08:49 PM
Quote Originally Posted by elarson View Post
The chair is beautiful. Well done on all the design and the styling.

I think you are being incredibly patient Chas, and I applaud you for it. I agree, it could have just been a last minute mistake, and better to give them a chance to respond. Whatever you do, don't let anyone back down from getting the chair you designed and signed off on.

Just as a note, should you ever want to consider a ZX-1 power add-on, it would probably be impossible with that added bracket.
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ZX1 Adjustments

by webfoot on 07-17-2015 at 08:06 PM
Quote Originally Posted by triumph View Post
I have a zx1. Are you saying you want the clamshell to only partially "grab onto" the wheelchair axle bar? Are you wanting to have more "tip-ability" of the wheelchair front wheels for popping over 2"-3" bumps, threshholds? It seems such an adjustment, if possible, would do that.
Don't know if that's what you're after, but if so, have you tried to only partially attach clamshell with the clamshell actuator button? I don't do so until I get to a bump - at that

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