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    Senior Member wheeliecoach's Avatar
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    Cool ride! Mine looks similar to yours but without the polished frame...you will definitely love riding around in that! I sure do!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCI_OTR
    Your last pic looks like it should be a TiLite ad. Nice looking ride--especially that polished frame.

    Congrats
    Hah! That is funny, that is exactly what I was thinking when I was taking the picture. Then TiLite could get rid of that picture they have of someone sitting on a wooden bench on thier on-line website.

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    Nice!
    What is your current chair?
    It would be interesting if you could weigh them both after you get the new cushion and wheels and post the difference here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by november
    Nice!
    What is your current chair?
    It would be interesting if you could weigh them both after you get the new cushion and wheels and post the difference here.
    I'm currently using a Colours Krypto. I knew the weight before I put the Spinergy's on it. (They cam from another w/c I have.) I used to run the Glance Terminator wheels and it weighed 43.3 lbs. with them. Chair was extremely heavy.

    I will post the difference in weight once the other items arrive for the ZR.
    -Eddie-

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    Very nice indeed. Let me know how it feels once you've given it a good run.

    I'm interested in the weight difference as well.
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    mines areo ti lite

    Quote Originally Posted by nick
    Here is the bolt on upholstery.
    almost like mines but the new j-3 is awesome for back support
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    I like that back support also....but won't your ass-crack show if your shirt isn't tucked in or covered up with a sweater or sweatshirt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokey
    I like that back support also....but won't your ass-crack show if your shirt isn't tucked in or covered up with a sweater or sweatshirt?
    on the j-3 not at out but if you are butt naked your ass hole probably lol
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    the zr isnt the lightest chair. everyb0ody assumes bcause its ti its super light, not so. a alum l or z frame is lighter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by papito1
    almost like mines but the new j-3 is awesome for back support
    Actually it's not the new Jay 3. It's a Roho Jetstream Low Back. I was looking at the ADI website, at the ADI Low Back and it's the exact same back as the Roho Low Back but w/o the Jetstream emblem on the back of it. They are both made by ADI Designs. The Roho Jetstream is offered through Sportaid at a much discounted price as apposed to the ADI Back! Whew!... that was a lot of "backs." LMAO!

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