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  1. In my experience, there are always going to be...

    In my experience, there are always going to be certain people that don't care that you see things differently. I've been blocked by people on this forum because they didn't want to have a civil...
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    Literally everything is on the right side of the...

    Literally everything is on the right side of the vehicle. Your A/C, radio, parking brake, gear shifter, cup holders, center console, glove box, etc. The only advantage I can think of to right side...
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    I just switched from an ADI carbon to a Matrx MX2...

    I just switched from an ADI carbon to a Matrx MX2 carbon back. I have to slide forward like you described a lot since I have no trunk control. The padding on the Matrx is really thick at the top and...
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    Why do you prefer a sling back? Seems like a...

    Why do you prefer a sling back? Seems like a solid back would solve all your problems.
  5. I'm a T6 complete as well, and the stage 2 sore I...

    I'm a T6 complete as well, and the stage 2 sore I had years ago took about the same amount of time to heal. One suggestion I thought I would share is switching to a Ride Designs cushion (I use the...
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    I'm not sure what/if I'm doing it differently,...

    I'm not sure what/if I'm doing it differently, but I don't feel any stress on my shoulders transferring my chair into my car? I grab the camber tube from behind and roll the rear wheels up the door...
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    I have had both, and the rubber strip is by far...

    I have had both, and the rubber strip is by far worth it for me. However, on my next chair I may go with the hand rims titanium4motion posted about recently (Carbolife Gekko) that look just like the...
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    Thank you for the detailed response. I do use a...

    Thank you for the detailed response. I do use a vertical mouse and have made sure my posture is correct at work. I ice my elbows almost everyday. I am on a blood thinner (Xarelto) because I had a...
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    Who's elbows have lasted the longest?

    There was a recent thread about shoulders, which I have had no issues so far 7 years post, but peaked my interest about elbows because both of mine have had pretty significant tendinitis for the past...
  10. Thread: Matrx elite

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    I agree, that's crazy for an aluminum back...

    I agree, that's crazy for an aluminum back...
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    The Elite is aluminum right? Because I just...

    The Elite is aluminum right? Because I just ordered a carbon MX2 (swapping from a carbon ADI) and the one I am currently testing is pretty flexible which makes me think it would be difficult to...
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    What is your process of transferring on and off...

    What is your process of transferring on and off of this?
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    Yea, my bad. In my head I was thinking you were...

    Yea, my bad. In my head I was thinking you were wanting to replace the handrims which would require the tire to be removed. You wouldn't need to remove the handrim to replace the tire. I edited my...
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    Yes you will have to remove the handrims, but I'm...

    Yes you will have to remove the handrims, but I'm not sure how the thumb ring mounts to them. The marathon tires are going to be a huge pain to get back on, if you're up for it. If not, it may be...
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    An adjustable chair will never be lighter than...

    An adjustable chair will never be lighter than the same model that isn't and I've never seen a black chair frame that didn't look like garbage after a few years. I agree you should send it back.
  16. I think I had to hammer my forks off last time as...

    I think I had to hammer my forks off last time as well. I can't remember how long it took for the bearings to corrode though. Wondering if I swap them out within a few days after getting them wet if...
  17. Replacing bearings after roll in swimming pool?

    It's been a few years since I've rolled my chair into a roll in swimming pool, which submerged my casters but not my rear axle. I obviously had to replace the caster and fork bearings, but can't...
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    This is the only thing I have come across like...

    This is the only thing I have come across like that. They make one that goes all the way to your feet as well. Not sure about shipping costs since they are in Europe, but they ship worldwide.
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    I don't have any info on the Round Betty's, but I...

    I don't have any info on the Round Betty's, but I have purchased extra locking discs in the past for my spare set of LX wheels with knobby's. So you should be able to do that at least. Not sure if...
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    Mine is a Boston Scientific, you can see my...

    Mine is a Boston Scientific, you can see my earlier post in this thread.
  21. I'm in the southeast and I got my last two chairs...

    I'm in the southeast and I got my last two chairs through NSM with no issues. However, I think it's more important who the actual person is you deal with at the DME, more than the DME itself. My...
  22. Where is the video yall are mentioning of the guy...

    Where is the video yall are mentioning of the guy doing this with no tools. I've never been able to do it without a steel tire iron.
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    I asked HoC about the smart drive connection...

    I asked HoC about the smart drive connection recently and this is their solution, pretty clever:
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    My opinion...I think your backrest is still way...

    My opinion...I think your backrest is still way too high and should be angled more forward (at least 90 degrees). I agree your seat is too long, but it's way easier to get a shorter cushion and seat...
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    Speaking of HoC, the last time I spoke to Steve...

    Speaking of HoC, the last time I spoke to Steve he explained one of the main reasons they only build frames out of titanium is because of the cost involved in heat treating aluminum frames after they...
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