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    Quickie s646 se Leg rests

    Hello everyone, I recently purchased a fairly new chair but it came with these weird legrests.
    I looked online and they look different for this type of wheelchair.
    They dont stick up forward as much and the footrests are closer together








    There is a member who sent me a picture of his leg rests and the leg rests are different but the foot plates are the same.




    My question is, where can I purchase the original leg rests so my legs dont stick out as far.
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    Those look like manual elevating leg rest. You can find Quickie parts here.

    I usually get the part # and msr price there then shop it around at other suppliers for the best deal. Some will discount as much as 30% off that list price.

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    i looked, damn all these parts...i'm a newbie and i'm still clueless
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    You can probably still get them from Sunrise but I'll sure they'll be expensive. It looks like the lower pieces are the same as the standard version, so you wouldn't need to buy them. I'd keep an eye on ebay.

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    Did you buy from a dealer or like Ebay. Those are definitly different. Are you sure it's the same model chair?

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    I have a S-626 which legs are the same as the red one and are the standard ones from Quickie. Mine are bent so they need repaired. They must be so expensive that some of the parts on the on-line parts diagram say '' call for price.'' Have looked on ebay for replacements to no avail but according to the parts catalog, I think that I can purchase the parts to fix them.


    Mac, it looks to me like yours are the adjustable version. They should be able to be moved back, closer to the chair. One leg is extended out farther than the other one and it probably happened during transportation.
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    bought the chair thru ebay, and thats how it came..
    are 626 legs same as 646?
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    Yes. The 626, 636 and 646 have the same removable legs.
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    No Tri's or hand function.

    Far better it is to try mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure. Than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much or suffer much, because they live in the grey twilight that knows neither victory or defeat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forestranger52 View Post
    Yes. The 626, 636 and 646 have the same removable legs.
    Thanks Mac
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