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Thread: Backrest options... miscommunication in the family over here...

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    Backrest options... miscommunication in the family over here...

    When I get my new quickie GTX in a few weeks, it'll have a Jay 2 back. Will it be possible to remove it, and the hardware for it, and get a soft back that folds up with the chair so all that all that is needed to put the thing into the car is to take the cushion off and fold it up? (...not take anything else apart.)

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    Yes, you'll be able to do tha.

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    Thank you. That is what I basically already knew. It'd be hard not to know that if you're in a chair all day everyday for 8 years. (Oh the wonders of not being able to speak.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam10685 View Post
    Thank you. That is what I basically already knew. It'd be hard not to know that if you're in a chair all day everyday for 8 years. (Oh the wonders of not being able to speak.)
    Sorry... don't wanna seem rude. Had to vent a bit. Feels so good to be right.

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    Hear you there Sam. I've been using the webbed nylon back from Top End on my Tilite ZRA. So far its the most comfortable slingback I've had yet. Take Care

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