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    Thanks for the info and video. Anyone have tilt?

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    If I was going to get a rear wheel drive chair, hands down it would be a Invacare Arrow. It is a group 4 chair. If medicare or your insurance won't pay for a group 4, you can get a Torque 3 up graded to true-track motors. (it is the same thing)

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    Why an Invacare product?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HACKNSACK44 View Post
    Thanks for the info and video. Anyone have tilt?
    I had Tilt-in-Space on my Quickie S626 and on my Invacare TDX-SP though it was much better on the Quickie as was nearly everything else. That and the fact that the Quickie never broke down. The Invacare seems almost designed/built to break down. Oh what a chair they've given me :-(

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    I'm very happy with the 2 Quickies I've had and will only buy a Quickie. I have tilt on my S626. Will the P222se with tilt be the same hieght? I'm WC and price isn't a problem.

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    Why an Invacare product?
    I work in a wheelchair repair shop. We have had the most success with Invacare rear wheel drive chairs.

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    I have a 10 year old Invacare Torque SP and a 10 year old Quickie 626. I prefer the Invacare hands down to the Quickie. This says nothing about what is available today.
    T4 complete, 150 ft fall, 1966. Completely fused hips, partially fused knees and spine, heterotopic ossification. Unsuccessful DREZ surgery about 1990. Successful bladder augmentation using small intestine about 1992. Normal SCI IC UTI problems culminating in a hospital stay in 2001. No antibiotics or doctor visits for UTI since 2001: d-mannose. Your mileage may vary.

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    I've had a Quickie s646 for the last 10 yrs. One had tilt & recline and my current chair just has tilt. I'll be getting evaluated monday for a new chair and I'm going to do my dangest to get another 646

    Quote Originally Posted by HACKNSACK44 View Post
    I'm very happy with the 2 Quickies I've had and will only buy a Quickie. I have tilt on my S626. Will the P222se with tilt be the same hieght? I'm WC and price isn't a problem.
    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by HACKNSACK44 View Post
    I'm very happy with the 2 Quickies I've had and will only buy a Quickie. I have tilt on my S626. Will the P222se with tilt be the same hieght? I'm WC and price isn't a problem.
    Check out the Amysystems custom seat base instead of getting the stock Quickie. Engineermom2 got it on her 222SE and said that it keeps the seat high lower than the Quickie.
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    Yes, A Quickie P222SE with stock tilt has lowest STF at 19 3/4. A Quickie P222SE with Amy tilt lowest STF=18.5. Hope this helps!

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