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  1. Thread: Outing myself

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    Nothing but respect.

    Nothing but respect.
  2. Thread: iWatch

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    My wife uses one. It has its own sim and cell...

    My wife uses one. It has its own sim and cell network connectivity to work away from WiFi. That cost extra, though, it still uses the same # as the phone as the phone it's paired with, I think. ...
  3. Thread: Quickie xenon

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    Fixed Front: as low as 19.4 lbs (14.4 lbs...

    Fixed Front: as low as 19.4 lbs (14.4 lbs transport weight)
    Hybrid: as low as 20.9 lbs (16 lbs transport weight)
    Swing-Away: as low as 22.7 lbs (17.7 lbs transport weight)

    Weights based on...
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    I've used similar spacers but put them on the...

    I've used similar spacers but put them on the bigger tire's axle pin itself, between the button end and the outside of the hub. I did that because I didn't want to permanently increase the wheel...
  5. If you're ever in need help you can try something...

    If you're ever in need help you can try something like WAG!, for walks and feeding and such, when you can't.
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    The shell itself is 10" tall but it's mounted on...

    The shell itself is 10" tall but it's mounted on the canes such that the top of the shell is actually 13" from the seat pan. It's comfortable. I also had them include the standard no-charge back...
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    Yeah, they go all the way through. I don't know...

    Yeah, they go all the way through. I don't know why the frame hole is even there. The cane holes are the ones the bolt/nut that holds the height adjustable cane pieces in place. I removed those...
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    Here it is hanging from the same scale without...

    Here it is hanging from the same scale without all my crap in it:

    https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-WpmwdFd/0/349b5a0b/XL/i-WpmwdFd-XL.jpg


    And here it is without the wheels, how I lift it...
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    Thanks. Yeah, not bad for $200 out of pocket. ...

    Thanks. Yeah, not bad for $200 out of pocket.

    Yes, the axle is threaded into the fork tine. Mine now won't be coming out now. Until I want it to.
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    A couple 10x28 button head machine screws, a...

    A couple 10x28 button head machine screws, a washer, and a nut. You can see them in the side guard pic. One is silver and one is black (what I had on hand). They are mounted through existing holes...
  11. Thread: leaking ROHO

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    I use the Type B polyester patches that RoHo...

    I use the Type B polyester patches that RoHo includes, clean the area with the alcohol they also include, and they stay put. My current RoHo has 4 patches, 2 on cell seams, one on top, and one on...
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    Unfortunately those issues are acute and...

    Unfortunately those issues are acute and treatable conditions, not long term disabilities. I think you need a doctor to address your actual long term disability progression into a 'can't work'...
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    I neglected to take the caster axles out when...

    I neglected to take the caster axles out when doing my thread locker mania. Saw the circlip and thought that would be good. I k OW what I'm doing this evening.
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    Yeah, its adjustable. Quite easily too. The...

    Yeah, its adjustable. Quite easily too. The bolt you see sticking out the back of the bracket is the adjuster. Loosen it, line up the angle lines printed on each bracket, and tighten back down. I...
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    New Chair, Aero Z, 1st Month Review

    So, for anyone who didn't see my original thread on my new chair journey, here it is:


    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?263397-Finally-gonna-try-to-use-Medicare-to-get-a-chair

    ...
  16. Thread: Ti lite zra

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    The forks should have a couple of mounting hole...

    The forks should have a couple of mounting hole options to accommodate different sized casters. You have a ZRA so adjusting to correct alignment and ride height changes wont be impossible. Might...
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    So, then, are we to surmise that those stem bolts...

    So, then, are we to surmise that those stem bolts wearing enough to cause caster flutter is normal wear and tear? Expected? Cost of doing business? A part, then, known to wear out and...
  18. Thread: GJ has passed

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    :( Sad news. R.I.P.

    :(


    Sad news.


    R.I.P.
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    Op, Never take anecdotes on the internet, from...

    Op,
    Never take anecdotes on the internet, from one person's experience, as truth when it comes to medical advice.

    The fact is Ride cushions have saved people from pressure sores that happened...
  20. Thread: Smart Drive

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    I spent some time in Nags Head this week, and the...

    I spent some time in Nags Head this week, and the SmartDrive enabled me to keep up with friends and family, over miles and miles of walking, in the heat, in a way that I had never experienced up...
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    Does a purpose built bearing puller make the job...

    Does a purpose built bearing puller make the job easier?
  22. Thread: leaking ROHO

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    I just patched some cat claw holes in a Roho. I...

    I just patched some cat claw holes in a Roho. I had to blow the thing up like a ballon, way over pressure, before the bubbles were noticeable. I used a bathtub so I didn't have to fold it or...
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    Hmmmm. Yeah, I dunno what that 'test' reveals. ...

    Hmmmm. Yeah, I dunno what that 'test' reveals. I can't help but think a caster that absorbed impacts, instead of rebounding against them, would feel smoother rolling on the ground. A caster...
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    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?250068...

    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?250068-New-Frog-Sheilds-for-Frog-Leg-casters&highlight=Caster+hair+shield

    That's what I was thinking of.
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    There is a product to shield from hair in...

    There is a product to shield from hair in casters. I think it was Froglegs who made it, but I don't exactly remember. There is a thread or two around here about them.
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