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  1. A contractor that's familiar with this type of...

    A contractor that's familiar with this type of work should be able to get it done. You know what you needs are, just ty to convey them to the contractor.
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    It's important to remember that even if you're...

    It's important to remember that even if you're not using the chair it still needs to be charged.
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    I was just referring that it's possible to back...

    I was just referring that it's possible to back into an EZLock, but it's typically done for passenger use.
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    Yes, you can certainly back into the EZ lock.

    Yes, you can certainly back into the EZ lock.
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    That's a good point, if the batteries are...

    That's a good point, if the batteries are anything other than MK's they're probably junk, and even MK's have had some QC issues.
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    Batteries should always be replaced in pairs at...

    Batteries should always be replaced in pairs at the same time, and balanced. If not, one battery will be over charged and the other undercharged.
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    Not going to work because you'll be sitting too...

    Not going to work because you'll be sitting too high in the chair, so visibility will be a problem.
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    Does your van have a lowered floor? If it does...

    Does your van have a lowered floor? If it does than you can modify to drive from the chair, but if it's the standard configuration not going to work. And if you go with an EZ lockdown type device...
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    Contact Russ Wooton (aka Scorpion that used to...

    Contact Russ Wooton (aka Scorpion that used to hang here) I know he used to drive from manual: http://ruswooton.com/
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    Yes, I have that going on as well. One fix is to...

    Yes, I have that going on as well. One fix is to wrap something like pipe insulation on the tubes. I use "Armaflex" pipe insulation, comes in various diameters and thickness.
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    I built a lift with something like this, a friend...

    I built a lift with something like this, a friend of mine gave it to me. Just had to make a larger deck to accomidate the size of the chair, and a small ramp to it.
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    ^^^that's what I did on my lift too, by-passed...

    ^^^that's what I did on my lift too, by-passed that safety feature.
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    Those porch lifts aren't the easiest things to...

    Those porch lifts aren't the easiest things to move around, that's for sure. There's a safety contact plate on the bottom of the carriage with a bunch of micro switches mounted under it, so care...
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    I can tell you these are reliable lifts, I have...

    I can tell you these are reliable lifts, I have one that's been sitting outside for about 20 years now and never had any major problems with it. A 30" rise is a lot of ramp and it's going to hog up...
  15. Reads: "Installation" of MPD hand controls, not...

    Reads: "Installation" of MPD hand controls, not seeing anything related to the sale of them.
  16. I'm not seeing any listings on that website on...

    I'm not seeing any listings on that website on hand controls.
  17. I can tell you that NJ won't be one of those...

    I can tell you that NJ won't be one of those states.
  18. Thread: neuro hell

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    You have to keep busy with doing something, even...

    You have to keep busy with doing something, even if it aggravates you.
  19. Thread: Van users

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    I don't have the high top roofs on my Ford vans...

    I don't have the high top roofs on my Ford vans so never encountered any high problems.
  20. Thread: Van users

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    ^^^^Good point on wheeling up the ramp. I have a...

    ^^^^Good point on wheeling up the ramp. I have a para friend that bought a new Oddesy and she struggles getting up that thing. When She comes to visit I have to give Her a shove getting up it...
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    The problem with their replacement policy is how...

    The problem with their replacement policy is how can you prove they're being charged correctly, everyday?
  22. Thread: Van users

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    Eurovan has rack and pinion, not so easy and...

    Eurovan has rack and pinion, not so easy and cheap as a steering box to modify.
  23. Thread: Van users

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    I've been driving full sized Fords and the...

    I've been driving full sized Fords and the steering is much easier than my VW Eurovan, especially when making sharp left hand turns, going slow. It definitely takes a little getting used to when...
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    I use a powerchair just about all the time; it's...

    I use a powerchair just about all the time; it's no problem for me because it's just easy to shift around with minimal effort. Not so when I'm in my manual, especially since there's no armrests. As...
  25. Vertical porch/platform lifts with an enclosure...

    Vertical porch/platform lifts with an enclosure is what most people use. When you start talking elevators you're talking a huge amount of money, which are typically used in commercial buildings. I...
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