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Thread: Cost of scissor locks!!!

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    Cost of scissor locks!!!

    I picked up a barely used titanium invacare A4 at a very good price but it has the old thumb killers on it. Where can I buy a set of scissor locks for less than $200.00 Holy sh-t!!!!

    Dave
    Dave

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    $200!!! I thought paying $10 a piece would be over priced. Mine don't work half of the time and the other half I don't even try.
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    Thanks Dave! I'm going to try the generics from Edmunds first.

    I hear ya' Mike, I replaced the standard bolts in the ones I'm using now with grade 8's, otherwise they snapped every time.

    Its incredible what we have to pay for stuff we need.

    Thanks again guys,
    Dave
    Dave

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    Herco
    Edmonds were terrible...junk. I sent them back. I'm going to try them from sportaid. I have an A4 also.

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    Go with the Quickie Ergo Scissor Locks. They work better than any of the other designs I've seen from the major manufacturer's.

    Without clamps, they are $66 each at Quickie-Wheelchairs.com. The Sunrise part numbers are:

    050152-001 QUICKIE ERGO SCISSOR LOCK--RIGHT
    050153-001 QUICKIE ERGO SCISSOR LOCK--LEFT

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    Will my existing clamps on my A4 work with these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewh View Post
    Will my existing clamps on my A4 work with these?
    Yes, they will.

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