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    here's that 18k chair w pix, bells, whistles, etc

    I can't get the pix up from my kindle or iphone... give me a few hours....
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    Here are pics-

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    Frog legs, anti tips,power assist wheels, discreet push handles, battery and charger and CHAIR all together. 2500 plus shipping. I even have the manuals. From the pix you can see there's not even a scratch on it, the color is called root beer, so it looks black but has a tiny gold flex in the glass-like coat on the frame. (Not gaudy, as I tried to show with the close up caster shot) I wanted so bad to be comfortable in this chair. I'll entertain offers because I'm moving, never even rolled outside. You could get the whole thing for what people usually pay for wheels!
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    That's a steal of a deal. I think that color is the same as on my Q2. At least mine sparkles in the sunshine and I've gotten a few good comments on it.

    Editing to add condition of batteries is important factor to consider.
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    A friend might be interested ... seat width and depth?
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    New, and I've charged them from time to time so that they don't lose their capacity to hold juice. That's why I showed a pic of it on the charger. Everyone can say it works, but I wanted to show it

    're: the battery post
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    Quote Originally Posted by nonoise View Post
    That's a steal of a deal. I think that color is the same as on my Q2. At least mine sparkles in the sunshine and I've gotten a few good comments on it.

    Editing to add condition of batteries is important factor to consider.
    I'm downsizing from a 3 bedroom w garage to a 2 bedroom condo by the end of the month. Non fire 'fire sale'

    I adressed the battery in the previous post. Thanks, buddy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by feisty View Post
    I'm downsizing from a 3 bedroom w garage to a 2 bedroom condo by the end of the month. Non fire 'fire sale'

    I adressed the battery in the previous post. Thanks, buddy!
    Somebody should buy the setup, swap the power system onto their chair and re coup some cash by selling your GT.
    I have had periodic paralysis all my life. I lost my ability to walk in 2011 beginning with a spinal block, which was used for a hip fracture caused by periodic paralysis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonoise View Post
    Somebody should buy the setup, swap the power system onto their chair and re coup some cash by selling your GT.
    I'd do it myself but I'm in a time crunch. I'm also trying to donate a power chair that is in great condition, just needs a battery and trying to donate my ramps. I'd hate to throw away such items that I know people need, especially when insurance is so limiting at times, you know?

    Size wise it's either a 17 x 17 or 18 x 18, (seat pan) I'll check in the am
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