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  1. Thread: Tesla truck

    by Rustyjames
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    That's a truck?

    That's a truck?
  2. The airline should not let anyone operate the...

    The airline should not let anyone operate the chair, it should be in push mode only. But by the same token, the airlines shouldn't be expected to place the chair in freewheel, or remove batteries.
  3. I buy all my catheters and have never been asked...

    I buy all my catheters and have never been asked for a script.
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    My leg bag comes off every night and switched to...

    My leg bag comes off every night and switched to an overnight bag. Been doing it like that for almost 20 years now. When making the connections alcohol soaked wipes are used.
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    @ hlh: I use the leg bag sometimes longer than...

    @ hlh:

    I use the leg bag sometimes longer than 6 weeks, usually it'll start leaking though. There's been times Hollister had some bad batches and start leaking after only a week or two. They get...
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    @ hlh: As far as the connection on the leg bag...

    @ hlh:

    As far as the connection on the leg bag drain valve, it's a pretty snug fit so it hasn't been a problem for me.

    I do have a SPC and change it about every 6 weeks, unless it's not...
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    Yes, buy the tubing seperately off eBay, it's...

    Yes, buy the tubing seperately off eBay, it's sold by the foot and inexpensive.
    I only use the Hollister 9805 and wear it on my thigh, connected right to the catheter. From the drain port I run the...
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    @ hlh: that drain port size on those Hollister...

    @ hlh: that drain port size on those Hollister bags is 3/8" outside diameter. Tube sizes are sold inside diameter of the tubing. I use 3/8" latex tubing that I buy on eBay and it fits snug on that...
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    I don't think there's an available next size up...

    I don't think there's an available next size up that'll work, but not sure. Honestly, I'm not familiar with Permobile, but You might be able to get more info about that question on the forums at...
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    You mentioning that three of four casters are...

    You mentioning that three of four casters are stiff so there's no telling how it'll act. As far as reverse being better that might be because the bearing could be "unbinding" allowing it to travel...
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    It's possible that motor got hurt, but I'd get...

    It's possible that motor got hurt, but I'd get the caster situation cleared up and go from there. It's not uncommon for a motor/gearbox to have some noise but still be serviceable.
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    Correct, there shouldn't be any resistance in the...

    Correct, there shouldn't be any resistance in the caster spin, or fork swivel, on each caster assembly.
  13. How about some kind of prone position setup? ...

    How about some kind of prone position setup?

    https://makezine.com/2008/06/18/prone-carts/
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    Sounds like your problem is with the caster...

    Sounds like your problem is with the caster assemblies and not the motors. They each should swivel and spin freely.
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    There's bearings in the caster stems and each...

    There's bearings in the caster stems and each caster wheel. You can drive, or push the chair on a piece of wood on one side to elevate the other. Check that each fork and wheel assembly spins...
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    Sounds like a bearing got wiped out, probably by...

    Sounds like a bearing got wiped out, probably by running into something. Good advice by Gearhead, hopefully it's in the caster(s), if not it's a motor/gearbox.
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    Sorry, Art, not every installations are hack...

    Sorry, Art, not every installations are hack jobs. I have a 93 van, with the original (non factory installed) remote and it still works fine. I'm sure there's many millions of installations that...
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    I have three vans and they all have it. Call...

    I have three vans and they all have it. Call around some shops that do it, it's really not a bid deal to install them.
  19. Thread: sp tube?

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    Yeah, I would up the water intake, one quart is...

    Yeah, I would up the water intake, one quart is next to nothing.
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    Try using a Hollister 9085 bag.

    Try using a Hollister 9085 bag.
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    Here's what's been working for me almost 20...

    Here's what's been working for me almost 20 years:
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    That's reasonable accessibility, IMO.

    That's reasonable accessibility, IMO.
  23. Agreed that anyone familiar with 12 volt systems...

    Agreed that anyone familiar with 12 volt systems should be able to make the repair. It would be a big help to have a wiring diagram. Sometimes that can be found online.
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    Cutting grass can suck up a lot of time, although...

    Cutting grass can suck up a lot of time, although some people enjoy it. If you have good soil, planting is always preferred. You can also rent land to local farmers. Regardless, if you have 3-5...
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    When bulk charging it should be at least 28...

    When bulk charging it should be at least 28 volts, and float at least 26.
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