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    Extra for pink spokes eh?.. I suspect deep deep...

    Extra for pink spokes eh?.. I suspect deep deep down in the creative part of your makeup you actually DO care about your chair's stylo. Just a suspicion.. :busted2:
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    Thanks for the pics baldfatdad, great play by...

    Thanks for the pics baldfatdad, great play by play. All of the suggestions/methods have been brilliant! This is turning out to be one cool little thread.
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    Ditto! = )

    Ditto! = )
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    Great thread!!! I just finished the process of...

    Great thread!!! I just finished the process of choosing my second chair and all of what you mentioned is spot on. This is a massive decision and should be done with great care, (especially with the...
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    Re-painting wheelchairs..

    Hey all,

    Almost six years ago, I chose yellow as the primary colour for my chair. At the time, it made sense as i I didn't want a colour that was seen on most chairs etc.. Today, as much as I love...
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    I just went through the same process and demo'ed...

    I just went through the same process and demo'ed the crossfire t7a for a while. I liked it so much i ordered one! I've been using the crossfire t6 for five years and can attest that it's a great...
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    Front frame angle to floor..

    Hey all,

    In filling out its specs on my second chair (top end crossfire t7a), I was unsure as to which angle I wanted to go with for my front frame angle to floor. I suppose I second guessed...
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    I just went through the long process of picking a...

    I just went through the long process of picking a new ride and had similar requirements. As mentioned above, your choice is going to depend on a few factors.. Right off the bat, I would hope that...
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    Brilliant! Thanks for posting this. Especially in...

    Brilliant! Thanks for posting this. Especially in summer, I find it difficult to carry my smartphone without adequate pockets. This is a clever alternative.
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    Contact Tom Borcherding....

    Contact Tom Borcherding. http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/member.php?u=34587 He is a member, works for Roho as a designer and is very knowledgeable when it comes to cushions, stability and pressure...
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    Yes, I've had great experiences with pressure...

    Yes, I've had great experiences with pressure mapping. Just recently I pressure mapped 6 different cushions with very different results. I have very prominent I.T's so mapping is a crucial tool for...
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    Thanks Nick, good advice. You're waiting on a the...

    Thanks Nick, good advice. You're waiting on a the big daddy of wheelchairs btw. It's my first choice (if I can come up with the cash).
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    Dare I start another Q7 thread?..

    So, I've recently demo'ed the ever popular/loathed Quickie Q7, and as I know there are mixed opinions on this featherweight chair, I'd like to hear some of the more recent ones. In my quest to choose...
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    I just finished mapping all of the mentioned...

    I just finished mapping all of the mentioned cushions and the Roho quadtro select was by far the winner (not even close). It appears as though I have one sharp and prominent butt! lol. Thanks for the...
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    Good feedback guys. I'm actually in the process...

    Good feedback guys. I'm actually in the process of deciding between the Roho Hybrid Elite and it's cousin the Jay Fusion (with a roho insert). They're both a tad high in relation to their foam bases,...
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    Yes I do. I have to be vigilant about checking...

    Yes I do. I have to be vigilant about checking the cell pressure and that I'm not bottoming out. Other downfalls of the Roho (aside punctures), are postural in nature. It gives me the freedom to...
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    Ideal cushions for pressure relief..

    As many of you know, cushions can be as elaborate as choosing the right wheelchair, and for those who are at high risk for skin breakdown, sometimes even more so.

    I'm one who falls into this...
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    Happy Tuesday!!

    As some of you know, I'm in the process of doing some homework towards the purchase of my second chair. In the process, I've narrowed my decision down to the Crossfire T17A and of...
  19. http://www.quickie-wheelchairs.com/products/JAY-Fu...

    http://www.quickie-wheelchairs.com/products/JAY-Fusion-Cushion-36034.html
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    Thanks to everyone for the great feedback. Because my 'I.T.'s' (bony prominences on your butt) are very prominent and deep, I have to be on something that eliminates bottoming out. I was fitted for a...
  21. Cushions for those at a high risk for skin breakdown..

    Hey all,

    In the process of choosing my second chair, I'm also considering a switch from my current RoHo high profile cushion to the new Jay Fusion cushion (for more stability and better posture)....
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    So, thus far I've demo'ed the T7A, and the TiLite...

    So, thus far I've demo'ed the T7A, and the TiLite ZRA2 (one fine specimen of a chair!!) I was blown away with the quality of it's fabrication and ease in which it 'wheeled'. Up next is the...
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    I'm an addictions counsellor Stephen so much of...

    I'm an addictions counsellor Stephen so much of my job entails listening to clients for a prolonged period of time. Because of this, I'd love the option of removable, swing away or armrests attached...
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    P.s. Any experience with the crossfire t7a?

    P.s. Any experience with the crossfire t7a?
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    Thanks for the warm welcome Stephen. Yes, I've...

    Thanks for the warm welcome Stephen. Yes, I've logged some hours in my Crossfire T6 and have a pretty good idea as to what I'm looking for. I'm not terribly concerned with adjustability, (adj camber...
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