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    TiLite X Titanium Wheelchair

    I am selling my TiLite X Folding Titanium Wheelchair. This chair has only been used once. I had kept it in the back of my van in case I had problems with my power chair, and its in excellent condition. It has an Jay 2 Deep Contour Back. I will be putting it on ebay in a few days unless anyone here is interested.

    Features

    * Hand fabricated using only seamless titanium.
    * Super light and twice the strength of aluminum.
    * Titanium frame soaks up road vibrations.
    * Bead blast finish
    * Weighs as little as 22 pounds.

    Description
    At 22 pounds, the TiLite X ultra lightweight wheelchair is the lightest, most compact and adjustable folding wheelchair manufactured today. Choose from options like adjustable seat backs, swing-away arms and more including a new one-piece over-center footplate which increases rigidity.

    Weight Capacity: 250 lbs.
    Frame Weight(excluding rear wheels):: 14 lbs.
    Seat widths: 19"
    Seat depths: 19"
    Front Seat Height: 18"
    Rear Seat Height: 16"
    Frame construction: Folding/Rigid Hybrid
    Frame type: Ultra lightweight
    Foot Plate - Depth Adjustable folding/ hinged
    25" Rear Lightweight Wheels with Low Flange Hub
    25x1 (20-559) Pneumatic Tire Primo Racer
    Anti Tips - Aluminum Black

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    I LISTED THE CHAIR ON EBAY. HERE'S THE LINK

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=220430326281

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