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    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?175780...

    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?175780-Installing-D-s-Locks - in post #6 of this thread DaleB shows a photo of one of his Lasher chairs with D's Locks installed mated to a Spinergy LX...
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    wow we have a lot of old-timers here! (I consider...

    wow we have a lot of old-timers here! (I consider 30+ years SCI a long time)

    I love hearing all your real-world experiences, as opposed to the molly-coddle attitudes of health-care professionals...
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    so you went back to work/resumed regular...

    so you went back to work/resumed regular activities after your medical issues? My spazzies go nuts when I don't exercise like I should. Now that you use a powerchair is there any way to do the same...
  4. not a true replacement for Marathon's but I just...

    not a true replacement for Marathon's but I just picked up a pair of Kenda Kwest's today in a 32-559 size. Rated to 100psi. I actually like the extra width, and my chair has adjustable...
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    sorry to play devil's advocate here but...

    sorry to play devil's advocate here but unfortunately "phone life" has become real life. If you stop treating employees like people they will stop treating you like one. Try to find a happy medium...
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    pics are helpful! I like the use of threaded rod...

    pics are helpful! I like the use of threaded rod to hook straps to, as opposed to buying the factory-available ones. I found the machine on Canadian amazon site for just over 800 USD shipped, which...
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    thanks for sharing this John! This thing looks...

    thanks for sharing this John! This thing looks like a game-changer for me. Since I started working full-time I haven't found (made) the time to go to the gym at all. This is affordable for home...
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    I'd wager the person who ordered this chair used...

    I'd wager the person who ordered this chair used it more as a mobile seat rather than a wheelchair. The lack of a footplate suggests it was foot-propelled. Likely a stroke victim or single-leg...
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    https://www.dropbox.com/s/366g6mubf90nh6i/HOC-Ti.c...

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/366g6mubf90nh6i/HOC-Ti.chair.JPG?dl=0
    silly geese.. beautifully designed but the forks are on the wrong sides! (my Lasher came like that) :banghead:

    I'm with oddity on...
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    ..so I used to be up on all the wheelchair stuff,...

    ..so I used to be up on all the wheelchair stuff, but apparently not anymore. I hadn't heard of the "RightRun Plus" until here today. Checking schwalbe.com I am only seeing the RR-Plus in 22 & 24...
  11. Thread: Taking a bath

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    been bathing everyday for 6 years (did not...

    been bathing everyday for 6 years (did not realize I was able to before - going on 9 years post C7 quad). I sit on a retired Stimulite cushion, hang it to dry in the tub after I'm done. Definitely...
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    I know a few C5/C6 quads who use some sort of...

    I know a few C5/C6 quads who use some sort of clothes-pin/pincher/pliers to grab their bank cards in order to use drive-thru cash machines. Could something like that work? Obvs they drive up quite...
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    August & Hilton - I believe you are both...

    August & Hilton - I believe you are both referring to "tubeless" solid tires? I think what the OP is asking about is tubeless pneumatic tires. I assume the Pro One's are a tubular like Tufo...
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    looks like the AeroT is an aluminum TRa, not TR. ...

    looks like the AeroT is an aluminum TRa, not TR. I wonder if there's anyone there to ask if it could be done? Then again I imagine the price of the custom-produced AeroT would be more than an...
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    probably the most inexpensive, lightest,...

    probably the most inexpensive, lightest, trouble-free wheelchair on the market. I know many quads who use his chairs and not one has a single bad thing to say about them. 5-6 years back haters...
  16. Thread: Travel pain

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    I had forgotten about SeanCo. I'm happy to be...

    I had forgotten about SeanCo. I'm happy to be reminded of them, but this is a terrible way to remember. :( I hope you get after them- out of curiousity, what airline was it?

    Here in Canada...
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    ..same injury level as you (C7) and yes. Well...

    ..same injury level as you (C7) and yes. Well not all the time. Similar to yourself - the more active I am at any given time the better it seems. I sometimes train 3-4 times a week for wheelchair...
  18. Thread: ford fusion

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    doh. I am completely wrong - no more Accord...

    doh. I am completely wrong - no more Accord coupe. http://www.motortrend.com/cars/honda/accord/2018/

    shows how much I know.
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    I think you answered your own question - sedan...

    I think you answered your own question - sedan vs. coupe. One the mods here has a 4-door VW Golf and claims easier chair loading, but I believe he still uses a folding TiLite and stores it in the...
  20. speaking with a lot of long-time wheelchair...

    speaking with a lot of long-time wheelchair users, especially paras using standard un-coated handrims for 20+ years, they all say that switching to contoured handrims of any type changed their lives....
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    Wow, this is great to hear of a manager in a...

    Wow, this is great to hear of a manager in a large corp like Amazon willing to make allowances for a persons limitations. I doubt I have to tell you this, but if someone is enlisted to help you in...
  22. not helpful to you, but I appreciate you posting...

    not helpful to you, but I appreciate you posting this. I am the same level injury and live in a very similar atmosphere. Because of a chosen few who consider my resistance to their attempts to...
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    there are different models, mine is just a simple...

    there are different models, mine is just a simple little platform that folds out. I did also have the Speedy-Lift and it definitely was a game changer when I was first hurt. But the first time it...
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    not trying to de-rail the thread, just offer more...

    not trying to de-rail the thread, just offer more insight on vans.



    yes, this was the difference between the Mitsubishi 3.0L in the lower-end and the 3.3L/3.8L in the high-end models of that...
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    definitely higher than a sedan/coupe. Without...

    definitely higher than a sedan/coupe. Without running out to the 5 (I call it my blunderbuss) I will say 24" using my tape measure comparing to the FSH of my wheelchair. So likely a little up...
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