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    melrose order form

    I´m quad c7, 6'2 and 165 pounds

    Melrose Titanium Wheelchair

    Camber Bar position Adjustable
    Seat width: 15.5"
    Seat Depth: 17"
    Back Height: 15.5"
    Back Angle: 2º
    Seat to Footplate: 17"
    Overall frame lenght: 25.5"
    Seat to floor front: 19"
    seat to flor rear: 15"
    footplate width: 10"
    Camber: 2º

    Backrest: Folding Back
    Back Uphostelry: Fully Adj.
    Footplate: Angle adjustable
    Pro-T Front Style
    castors: 4" alloy
    Std Forks
    Axles: Quick release axles
    Wheels: 25" Spinergy LX Orange
    Tires: Blue kenda
    Vinyl Pushrims
    Fixed Alloy Side guards w/ folding backrest
    Scissor Brakes
    Leg/Calf Strap
    Impact Guards
    Bead Blast Colour
    anodising orange colour(Just:forks,casters,camber bar and foot plate clamp)
    Seat Pouch bag

    just don´t know if 10" footrest width is too small...
    how can i get the right sizes of seat to footplate and overall frame lenght? i don´t know if i´m doint it right
    please, feel free to make suggestions

    thanks

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    10" is probably big enough to fit even wide shoes. I think mine is 9" and some shoes are hard to squeeze in there.

    It looks like Melrose uses frame length where other brands use front frame angle. This basically determines how far in front of your knees your feet might be. If I were you, I'd call them to try to get some input on how the measurements compare.

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    I had a 10" wide footrest on my Marvel. I have some shoes that wouldn't fit (Keen sandals, etc, sizes 10.5-11.5 depending on brand). It was too tight to get a Freewheel attached as well.

    It's a matter of preference though.

  4. #4
    feabud, Do you live in Australia or New Zealand? Was wondering why you've opted for a Melrose, not that it isn't a great choice.

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    no stephen,
    i'm from brazil, but mike turner is my friend and i'm helpening with somethings, so he is making really special price(less 1.000 U$ of tilite tr with the same specs). I have a melrose rhino rugby chair and really love it.
    now they have a manufactures in California U.S.A to day and sports chairs.

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    thanks guys,
    so i' ll change to 10.5" the footrest width.
    just need get the right size of overall frame lenght

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    Quote Originally Posted by feabud View Post
    no stephen,
    i'm from brazil, but mike turner is my friend and i'm helpening with somethings, so he is making really special price(less 1.000 U$ of tilite tr with the same specs). I have a melrose rhino rugby chair and really love it.
    now they have a manufactures in California U.S.A to day and sports chairs.

    The Melrose USA website doesn't include their everyday chairs, though a few are pictured on the Workshop Photos link (under the Home tab). I assume they can make them here, but I called once to inquire about it and never heard back.

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    yes,
    the usa website is not complete.
    they can build day chairs in usa too
    send me PM and i give to you mike's email.

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    When i went to Fresno to pick up my Rugby chair I talked to Phil and he said that he makes everyday chairs in the US also. To bad he doesn't like to deal with Medi-Care/Cal, I really like the Piranha Titanium chair.

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    almost ready!
    just the last thing...
    V front end or Pro-T Front end?
    will be box frame chair
    thank you guys

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