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The_AirHawk 01-18-2011 09:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mscuddy (Post 254717)
Moke, what the heck, you're not a Super Moderator anymore? Damn it..

'pears to still be a Stupor-Snoderator t' me.

pushrod 01-19-2011 07:48 AM

Yeah, he is still a Sooper-Mod as far as I can tell...

Buzglyd 01-19-2011 08:08 AM

If you need someone to beat money out of non-paying customers, I'm your man.

The_AirHawk 01-19-2011 09:13 AM

Ah, a Legbreaker, eh?

Isn't that a bit redundant?

MOKE1K 02-10-2011 03:50 AM

Huh? Hey! what a minute
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by mscuddy (Post 254717)
Moke, what the heck, you're not a Super Moderator anymore? Damn it..

Yeah, the chair takes a while to get use to how it steers, kind of scary until you get the hang of it. I've got some place that installs mechanical disc brakes on wheel chairs, since the stock brakes suck.

If your dad can work a manual chair, he can work a moto-chair. With all the good saftey accessories we add to the basic design, a good titanuim Invacare A4 or Quickie Revolution with a 70cc motor will run about five grand, much less than an electric wheelchair, and electric chairs, when you're out of juice, you're stuck. No so with Moto-Chair, you just shut the motor off and use it like a regular manual chair.

Let me know if you're interested. I've got one in the works so far. Assembling all the parts and sourcing a good inexpensive Invacare A4 off ebay. They are the way to go if you ask me. Electric wheelchairs are home wreckers, since they slam into stuff, break tables, put holes in walls, etc. (and weigh 300 lbs).


I tried getting my father interested in the Spyder when I was selling them but no luck. Said when he was a teenager he used to tear down cars just to see if he could put them together, guess thats as far as his motor inticement went.

Don't think you know but they removed the rods in his back (installed in 76) because he got a bad infection from the rods then they removed his tailbone and it left him with a huge gapeing hole the size of Texas since then hes been healing. His posture has really suffered not sure he'd even be willing. Me on the other hand,....I'd love to try one I'v been wheeling his since I was seven years old.

Where are some pictures didnt you mention a website?

sarnali2 02-10-2011 11:08 AM

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Originally Posted by The_AirHawk (Post 254735)
Ah, a Legbreaker, eh?

Isn't that a bit redundant?


Kneecap the sum'b*tch....uh.. wait a minute...


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