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    The Making of Seanco Custom Wheelchairs

    Sean Mahaney is more than a fabricator, he is an artist, also a perfectionist. He put in much effort to make a wheelchair.

    The wheelchair is very well made, every inch, every welding, so accurate, just look perfect. The price is very affordable and good if compare with other brand name.

    He is making chair mainly with 6061T6 aluminum, no post heat treated, but he will make sure it last. He is always a head of customers' worries. A nice guy.







































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    Very clean design. How much? Where is he?

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    Very clean design.
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    Just google Seanco custom wheelchair.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chasmengr View Post
    x2! Thanks for sharing
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    Looks good! That's what I'd call "rigid"! Welded foot rest...don't see that very often. Nit-picking, knowing I could certainly do no better (not even as good!), but I might have tried to clean up some of those welds a bit more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddity View Post
    Looks good! That's what I'd call "rigid"! Welded foot rest...don't see that very often. Nit-picking, knowing I could certainly do no better (not even as good!), but I might have tried to clean up some of those welds a bit more.
    I am not sure if this is the advantage of rigid footrest, I ride on the road without shoes on, and I don't feel any vibration. Not like Panthea U2 Light, it vibrate till my feet get numbness. Oracing wise, very much better than U2 Light, but still vibrate.
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