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Thread: For Sale: Rifton Pacer Gait Trainer

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    For Sale: Rifton Pacer Gait Trainer

    I have a friend who is interested in selling his Gait Trainer. It's in Northern California. If there is interest, I will get the model number from him and what accessories are included.

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    Do you know what size it is? I have one for my husband but its not quite large enough, wants to tip backwards.

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    I'm super interested but I'm kinda skinny and lanky. How much?

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    It is model K503. Here is the product link. http://www.rifton.com/products/mobil...ners/K503.html
    I'm hoping to visit with my friend at the end of the week and can try to get more specifics then and maybe take some pictures.

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    Here are some pictures:

    Comes with the following accessories:
    chest prompt
    arm prompt set
    Pelvic Support with handholds
    I believe the sizing of the accessories is all large. Here's a link for what the accessories are:
    http://www.rifton.com/products/mobil...essories.html#
    Altogether it's valued a bit over $2000.
    Asking for $1100 plus $200 shipping. Unfortunately it is too bulky to ship via usps which would have been cheaper on shipping. I estimated the shipping on UPS.com and it's going actually cost more than $200.

    My friend doesn't have the original box, so we might take a few days to get the proper packaging together.

    E-mail me if interested: wlouie@mail.csuchico.edu

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    Yea, thats the exact same set up I have for my husband already, if you take it all apart it will be easier to ship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSWIFE1 View Post
    Yea, thats the exact same set up I have for my husband already, if you take it all apart it will be easier to ship.
    i need this for my mother please email me with info for payment and more, i also sent you an e-mail

    claudia
    cvayres@hotmail.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheeliedude View Post
    Here are some pictures:

    Comes with the following accessories:
    chest prompt
    arm prompt set
    Pelvic Support with handholds
    I believe the sizing of the accessories is all large. Here's a link for what the accessories are:
    http://www.rifton.com/products/mobil...essories.html#
    Altogether it's valued a bit over $2000.
    Asking for $1100 plus $200 shipping. Unfortunately it is too bulky to ship via usps which would have been cheaper on shipping. I estimated the shipping on UPS.com and it's going actually cost more than $200.

    My friend doesn't have the original box, so we might take a few days to get the proper packaging together.

    E-mail me if interested: wlouie@mail.csuchico.edu
    i need this for my mother please email me with info for payment and more, i also sent you an e-mail

    claudia

    cvayres@hotmail.com

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    Posted as EBay Auction

    I've posted this as an Ebay auction, as I feel this is the safest way to perform the transaction:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=290631803506

    Claudia, I sent you an email.

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    David is 6'1" about 175 lbs. When he is sitting in his chair and grabs ahold of the walker it wants to tip back towards him, since its on wheels it would just tip and then fall over if I didn't stand on it. He is able to stand once up and has no problems with it once he is in it, its just the initial getting into the standing mode.

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