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    Here's my cad

    I'm 6'7' --185ish. I'll definately order TR next time, this chair flexes way too much and makes all kinds of creaking noises. This is my first chair with an 85 degree front end, my legs feel cramped and I spasm like crazy now. The foot plate seems a bit narrow too. I'm going to order a freewheel and I was told the clamp assembly is 2" wide....I hope it fits between my size 13 clodhoppers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnc1 View Post
    The foot plate seems a bit narrow too. I'm going to order a freewheel and I was told the clamp assembly is 2" wide....I hope it fits between my size 13 clodhoppers.
    I think SCI_OTR told in another thread the wide of the freewheel clamp is an ich.

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    17x16 80 deg. Tilite TR3


    SCI Birthday: April 25, 1993
    T4,5,6 Incomplete
    Chair: TiLite TR3

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    Tr3

    TiLite TR SERIES 3
    REINFORCED FRAME
    POLISHED FRAME FINISH
    BLACK ANODIZE PACKAGE STD
    17" SEAT WIDTH
    NO SEAT TAPER - V-FRONT
    16" SEAT DEPTH
    16.75" CUSTOM FRAME DEPTH
    20" FRONT SEAT HEIGHT
    16" REAR SEAT HEIGHT
    85 DEGREE FRONT ANGLE
    17" SEAT TO FOOTREST
    TITANIUM FLIP-BACK FOOTREST
    11" V-FRONT TAPER
    FOLDING TITANIUM BACKREST
    ALUMINUM BACKREST RELEASE BAR
    INTEGRATED PUSH HANDLES
    TI 17.5"-20.5" FOLDING ADJ-HT BACK
    18" SEAT BACK HEIGHT
    FOLDING BACK ANGLE
    98 DEGREE SEAT BACK ANGLE
    2.25" CENTER OF GRAVITY
    .75" REAR WHEEL SPACING
    ALUMINUM 2 DEGREE CAMBER
    5" FRONT WHEELS - 1.5 " PLASTIC W/POLY CASTERS
    FROG LEGS
    25" WHEEL SIZE
    SPINERGY LX WHEELS - WHITE SPOKES
    STAINLESS QUICK RELEASE AXLES
    SCHWALBE MARATHON EVOL TIRES
    SILVER ANO HANDRIMS - LONG HANDRIM TABS
    COMPACT COMPOSITE PUSH TO LOCK
    TENSION ADJ BY STRAP BACK UPH
    TENSION ADJ BY STRAP SEAT UPH
    CARBON FIBER SIDE GUARDS
    QUAD REMOVABLE STANDARD
    BLACK ALUMINUM ANTI-TIPS
    ULTRASUEDE STRIPE IMPACT GUARDS - BLACK STRIPE

    I had the chair sent to ADI for their brakes. I had the COG changed to 2.25", even though the CAD doesn't reflect it.



    I was hoping to have the chair dialed in with my projection handrims before pictures, but they made them wrong so I have to wait for another set.

    Can't help the goofy face, I don't know what is up with that!








    Discussion: http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthr...32#post1591232
    C5-6 Complete - 8/13/1982

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    wrong thread
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    Oracing XTR2 CAD drawing, 25" rear wheels and 5" casters, measurements are in millimeters, an ich = 25.4mm.

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    TILITE TR3
    Frame Type: [TiLite TR Series 3 - 265 lb weight limit]
    Front Seat Height: [18"]
    Rear Seat Height: [16"]
    Seat Depth: [16"]
    Custom Frame Depth: + 1” -NCO
    Center of Gravity: [3.5"]
    Front Angle: [85°]
    Seat Width: [17"]
    Front Seat Width: [No Taper (2" Narrower than Rear Seat Width) - STD]
    Seat to Footrest: [15.5"]
    Footrests: [Titanium Footrest w/Flat ABS Cover]
    Front End Type & Footrest Width: [V Front End - 10.5" Footrest Width]
    Seat Back Type: [Folding Aluminum Adjustable Height]
    Seat Back Height - Adjustable: [12" - 16.5"] set at 12"
    Seat Back Angle: [89°]
    Rear Wheel Spacing: [1”]
    Camber: [2°]
    Camber Tube Type: [Aluminum Camber Tube - STD]
    Frame Finishes: [Satin - STD]
    Color Anodized Package: [Sapphire]
    Front Wheels: [4” x .75” Plastic Wheel w/Poly Tire]
    Front Forks: [TiLite Standard Fork - STD]
    Rear Wheel Size: [24” (540)]
    Rear Wheel Type: [TiLite Shadow - STD]
    Axles: [Stainless Quick Release - STD]
    Rear Wheel Tires: Primo
    Handrims: [Aluminum – Silver Anodized - STD]
    Handrim Mount: [Long Tab]
    Wheel Locks: [Compact Composite Pull to Lock]
    Upholstery Colors: [Black - STD]
    Back Upholstery: [Velcro Adjustable - STD]
    Seat Upholstery: [Tension Adjustable Bolt On - STD]
    TRCBR9 - Additional Spacers to Increase Rear Wheel Spacing -NCO

    After I received the chair, I exchanged the std. black plastic casters for a pair of Frog Legs firm roll, court casters. I also changed out the Primo tires for Shox solids; the blue is my way of getting playful.

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    Attachment 46771

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    Here is the CAD I received from TiLite today. I'm debating going to a 4" dump. I'll post details later.
    -ResonantEcho - T6/T7 Complete - October 31st, 1986

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    Echo - definitely consider ergo seat as opposed to the 4" dump. You could have the same seating angle (knees higher than your hips) by having 5.5" of ergo seating with a RSH/FSH difference ("dump") of 2.75" - ie. 15.25" RSH / 18" FSH with 5.5" of flat "ergo" at the rear of the seat and then angled upward toward the front to achieve the same 13.6-degree angle that 4" of dump would. It will make transfers far easier and not so much shearing force on the old butt-skin. I went to ergo seat a year ago and love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooley View Post
    Echo - definitely consider ergo seat as opposed to the 4" dump. You could have the same seating angle (knees higher than your hips) by having 5.5" of ergo seating with a RSH/FSH difference ("dump") of 2.75" - ie. 15.25" RSH / 18" FSH with 5.5" of flat "ergo" at the rear of the seat and then angled upward toward the front to achieve the same 13.6-degree angle that 4" of dump would. It will make transfers far easier and not so much shearing force on the old butt-skin. I went to ergo seat a year ago and love it.
    Thanks for the advice, tooley. Would you mind posting some pictures of your chair with and without the cushion on?
    -ResonantEcho - T6/T7 Complete - October 31st, 1986

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