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Thread: My TiLite TR3 (Official Thread)

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    My TiLite TR3 (Official Thread)

    I don't have it in my possession as of yet but wanted to start this thread detailing the specifications and attaching the soon to be photos. The standard upholstery will be replaced with an ADI Carbon Fiber Solid Seatbase and an ADI CF Series Low Active Contour Back.

    I ended up paying $1,930 for it all. Not bad considering $600 of that was my unmet deductible.

    TRFS1 TiLite TR SERIES 3 K0009 E1229
    TRFF3 TATTOOED TITANIUM FINISH
    TRFF4 ROCK & ROLL TATTOO
    TRANO5 SAPPHIRE ANODIZE PACKAGE
    TRSW1 16" SEAT WIDTH
    TRFSW1 NO SEAT TAPER - V-FRONT
    TRSD1 17" SEAT DEPTH
    TRFSH1 18" FRONT SEAT HEIGHT
    TRRSH1 15" REAR SEAT HEIGHT
    TRFA1 85 DEGREE FRONT ANGLE
    14" SEAT TO FOOTREST
    TRFTR2 TI OPEN LOOP FOOTREST
    TRFTR14 ABS COVER W/2" SIDES K0041
    TRFE2 10" V-FRONT TAPER
    TRSB2 FOLDING TITANIUM BACKREST
    TRSB11 LOCKING BACKREST NCO
    TRSB4 TITANIUM BACKREST RELEASE BAR
    TI 12"-16.5" FOLDING ADJ-HT BACK
    12" SEAT BACK HEIGHT
    TRSBA2 FOLDING BACK ANGLE NCO
    89 DEGREE SEAT BACK ANGLE
    TRCOG1 3.5" CENTER OF GRAVITY
    TRRWS1 .5" REAR WHEEL SPACING
    TRCBR3 TITANIUM 4 DEGREE CAMBER
    4" FRONT WHEELS
    TRFW27 LITESPEED SOFTROLL CASTERS
    SILVER CASTER HUB
    TRFK2 TiLite SLIPSTREAM FORK
    24" WHEEL SIZE
    TRRW13 GOLZ TWIN-STAR CHANGE WHEELS NCO
    TRAXL1 STAINLESS QUICK RELEASE AXLES STD
    TRRTR8 SCHWALBE MARATHON EVOL TIRES
    TITANIUM HANDRIMS
    TRRIM12 SATIN FINISH
    TRRIM8 SHORT HANDRIM TABS
    TRWLK9 COMPOSITE SCISSOR LOCK
    TRBUP2 VELCRO ADJUSTABLE BACK UPH STD
    TRUPC1 BLACK UPHOLSTERY STD
    TRSUP1 TENSION ADJ BOLT ON SEAT UPH STD
    iSLEEVE SMARTPHONE HOLDER STD
    CARBON FIBER SIDE GUARDS
    TRSDG9 FOLD DOWN RIGID SMALL
    TRSDG13 SG PROFILED TO REAR WHEELS
    TRCLF3 BODYPOINT CALF STRAP LG K0038
    TRPCH2 LARGE SEAT POUCH
    TRLUG1 LUGGAGE CARRIERS
    TRMPCT2 ULTRASUEDE STRIPE IMPACT GUARDS
    SAPPHIRE STRIPE

    ADI Carbon Fiber Seatbase
    ADI CF Series Back Support, Low Active Contour
    Invacare Matrx Posture Seat Cushion 16x16 With Extra Cover

    CAD:
    Last edited by ResonantEcho; 05-05-2013 at 10:33 PM.
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    Sounds like its gonna be a great chair

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    How'd you get it that cheap if the deductible wasn't met?

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    Quote Originally Posted by voxina View Post
    How'd you get it that cheap if the deductible wasn't met?
    My insurance paid 80%. It helped that I got the wheels at no cost along with a few other items.
    -ResonantEcho - T6/T7 Complete - October 31st, 1986

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    Wow. My inurance does the opposite... 5k deductible and then 40% coverage.

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    Called my DME today because I hadn't heard from them. I wanted to know if I could pick the chair up. They have YET to install the solid seatbase or back. WHAT?!? How long does it take? They've had the chair since Tuesday (4/30).
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    It took my DME nearly 2 weeks to "assemble" my chair after they received it from quickie. Drove me nuts.
    Board Member of Assistance Dog Advocacy Project working in Education. Feel free to ask me any service dog questions!

    I am not paralyzed. I have a genetic connective tissue disorder with neuro complications and a movement disorder.

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    better of assembling it yourself or with a friend. Or does the DME have to do it?

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    Wow! You're chair has more options than most cars. Should be real nice and fit you well. Can't wait to see the "Rock and Roll" tattoo.
    Just another tricky day. C5/6 incomplete, 43 years out.

    You'll get through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Lin View Post
    It took my DME nearly 2 weeks to "assemble" my chair after they received it from quickie. Drove me nuts.
    It looks like that may be my experience.
    -ResonantEcho - T6/T7 Complete - October 31st, 1986

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