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Thread: Okay, so I'm not familiar enough with wheelchairs to know...

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    Okay, so I'm not familiar enough with wheelchairs to know...

    Are wheelchair parts universal to one another? I bought a used tilite XC on ebay but it doesn't have armrests. Can someone tell me if I bought like... quickie brand armrests and mounts, would it fit on a tilite? Same question but for back upholstery as well.

    Thank you!
    Wilson: Well, cheerio, Tim!
    Tim: ...Frosted Flakes to you too, Wilson.

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    One option would be to call Sportaid and talk to Jimbo about what would fit. It is hard to put desk arms on after market as they work best when a screw is passed through the frame tubing to attach and stabilize the arms. If you only use a clamp on bracket the arms will rotate outward when you do a pushup for pressre relief or transfer. The arms which attach in the backpost area might work better and you can probably find side panels and clamps from another brand chair which will work.

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    Sounds great! I will contact Sportaid! Thanks for your help!
    Wilson: Well, cheerio, Tim!
    Tim: ...Frosted Flakes to you too, Wilson.

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    You could also try here: http://www.wheelchairparts.net/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Madsen View Post
    You could also try here: http://www.wheelchairparts.net/
    i didn`t know about shox soft casters
    Someone have tried them?

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