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    Quote Originally Posted by brian View Post
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    Good point! and it makes more sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlmtrhmiles View Post
    Just so you know, technically, overall maximum chair width CAN be determined bith both front wheels swinging perpendicular to the chair at the same time. The width then is the outside point of each tire on the front. This is a factor with lower camber. You really need to look at the entire design of the chair. Door frames the chair only has a small distance to travel in for the width factor, but hallway and such much diffrent. Even if you say go backwards, those front wheels wil want to turn around and must take that into consideration.
    You make a wonderful point. When ordering my chair, I lucked out - I didn't even think about that aspect of the chair width. I will next time.

    My forks are set in a bit, which helps reduce the potential overall width. I've never had the overall caster width be a problem; the caster swing is minimally wider than the bottom of my handrims (highlighted in yellow). Plus I now use 5" casters instead of the 6" shown in the CAD, so that takes off another inch of overall width.


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    You guys are polishing cannon balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -scott- View Post
    you guys gotta learn to move your hands off the hand rim.

    try building some momentum. (just a little)

    then let go.

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    wait, what?

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    yes, let go of your wheels.

    you'll keep moving forward.

    you can even reach out and touch a door frame to help steer a little.

    it's okay if your mind is blown.
    Ha! that's what I always do, I'm so clumsy I would have the most bruised up knuckles otherwise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axle View Post
    You guys are polishing cannon balls.
    I enjoy doing that sometimes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Axle View Post
    You guys are polishing cannon balls.
    Says he who has contributed the most to this thread.

    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/misc.ph...osted&t=149436

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    Back in troll mode, are we?

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    Lost our sense of humor, have we?

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    Where was the humor Brian?

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    Isn't banter fun
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