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    I don't know who is responsible for the delivery...

    I don't know who is responsible for the delivery of the chair, Tilite or the DME. My guess it's the DME. They delivered my chair with loose and missing parts. You could be missing parts.
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    I have never heard of this configuration. I would...

    I have never heard of this configuration. I would explore this further. My understanding is that there should be 2 bearings and an internal spacer in between. This internal spacer is in addition to...
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    If I recall correctly, your picture of your new...

    If I recall correctly, your picture of your new chair shows that your casters are 1.5" (width of the tire). This may be the one you have (probably the case for a new TiLite chair):
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    The spacer you show is for a 3/4" hub caster. A...

    The spacer you show is for a 3/4" hub caster. A standard spacer (shown below) is for a 1" hub caster. If you have a 1" hub caster, you have the wrong spacer. That may be the problem. Otherwise, it's...
  5. I hope you've gotten the sand out of the bearings.

    I hope you've gotten the sand out of the bearings.
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    The Natural Fit handrims are great because they...

    The Natural Fit handrims are great because they are ergonomic. But I find the strip to be pretty much useless for my needs. Actually worse than useless because the rubber stains my hands and it's a...
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    Congratulation! I just got mine too a couple...

    Congratulation! I just got mine too a couple weeks ago.
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    Agree

    Agree
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    Got it. Obviously, my initial post was about the...

    Got it. Obviously, my initial post was about the sling upholstery. That's the part that you have to work at cleaning. The covers just go in the washer. If that doesn't work (yuk), time for a new...
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    It was a general question to all. Because it...

    It was a general question to all. Because it seems there is some mix up. The seat and back have upholstery. The cushion has a cover, not upholstery. Just to clarify so we're all talking about the...
  11. Statistics? Take them with a grain of salt. The #...

    Statistics? Take them with a grain of salt. The # of snow days don't account for residual snow and ice. Let's say it snows 1 day but the snow lasts for of a week or more and then turns into ice for...
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    Are you talking about the chair upholstery or the...

    Are you talking about the chair upholstery or the cushion/cushion cover?
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    I just wipe it down with any cleaner I have on...

    I just wipe it down with any cleaner I have on hand like 409 or even windex as needed. The hard part is the wheels and casters. Steam cleaning works well. It would also work well for upholstery. You...
  14. I turn my Ride Custom cushion upside down. It's...

    I turn my Ride Custom cushion upside down. It's doesn't give at all and provides about 3-4" of height above the floor. From there I can usually lift myself onto a couch. The key word is usually....
  15. I use a Ride Custom for hip obliquity. I like it...

    I use a Ride Custom for hip obliquity. I like it for much more. It stays cool. No pressure sores. It's light and simple which makes it easy to move, wash, put in the car. It holds you in a fixed...
  16. Ask for the ADA department. They are more...

    Ask for the ADA department. They are more knowledgeable than the rest of the staff. Also get the phone number of the local office where the car will be picked up. The day after I book the...
  17. Larger cities in Europe like Munich, Paris, and...

    Larger cities in Europe like Munich, Paris, and London offer great accessibility. The smaller towns are a different story. Can the same be said for the tourist areas in Mexico in that the resorts and...
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    I have the Surge handrim but don't like it. The...

    I have the Surge handrim but don't like it. The rubber wears off on your hands. After about 2 years, the strip started falling off. Once it started, it didn't stop. I would have to repair it just...
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    The main difference between the TRA and ZRA is...

    The main difference between the TRA and ZRA is the weight and vibration. The TRA weighs more (0.4 lbs) and the additional tube prevents vibration, which is irrelevant indoors. You may notice more...
  20. You're lucky. Many people who need instruction...

    You're lucky. Many people who need instruction let their pride get in the way of accepting it.
  21. It's easy enough to find good help at top dollar....

    It's easy enough to find good help at top dollar. For occasional work you're probably better off finding the best handyman and paying accordingly. Problem is when it's more than occasional work. It's...
  22. Where do you find help for small jobs around the house?

    A contractor is appropriate for large jobs like a remodel. They'll charge thousands for the job and that's fine. A handyman is appropriate for medium size jobs like installing a ramp. They may charge...
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    I am sorry to hear the sad news. He always had a...

    I am sorry to hear the sad news. He always had a wealth of knowledge to share with the community. He will be missed. RIP.
  24. You'll get a bunch of different answers. I've...

    You'll get a bunch of different answers. I've tried all different types of procedures and find procedure to be forgiving as long as volumes are less than 500 mls and time between IC is less than 4...
  25. I am getting my baclofen pump replaced ahead of...

    I am getting my baclofen pump replaced ahead of schedule because of the nature of the spasms. Of course, increased spasms does not necessarily indicate a pump failure. But it wasn't spasms as much as...
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