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    For Sale: Mag wheels and TiLite single swivel rear anti-tip

    I’m selling the following items. Everything is in brand new, never used condition.

    Canadian buyers are preferred to avoid border hassles but will ship to US if you agree to be responsible for any taxes, duty or other charges.

    1 pair new never used, 24” mag wheels with gray pneumatic tires, plastic coated hand rims.

    1 new never used, TiLite single swivel rear anti-tip, also called a 5th wheel with single swivel caster. The TiLite TR it was made for has a rear seat width of 18”, a rear seat height of 17”, a front seat height of 20” with 25” standardhub Spinergy wheels. The swivel caster is fairly close to the ground when installed.

    It is from a Quick Release setup and has the clamp stops for that but not the binder bolt/skewer handles and not the clamps of the standard setup.

    Will post pictures below:

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    5th wheel

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      5th wheel 2

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        5th wheel 3

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          5th wheel from owners manual 1
          Last edited by Jeff B; 3 Sep 2011, 6:32 PM.

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            5th wheel from owners manual 2

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              #7
              Is this anti-tip as effective as having 2 anti-tips? Would it work on a TiLite ZRA? Do I need special mounting hardware?

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                #8
                Unfortunately it just fits TR, YR or BB chairs as far as I am aware. It slips inside the tubes of the chair frame behind the axle. The hardware required would be two clamps to hold the anti tip tubes inside the chair frame tubes. A pair of bike clamps would probably work if their diameter is small enough and would be cheaper than TiLite clamps. Some seatpost clamps are even quick release, so you could still have the option to quickly remove it for bumping up steps.


                This is an effective anti-tip. I have one on my current chair as well. If anyone even helps push you up ramp, across ramps etc. it doesn't eat their toes like standard ant-tips because it is in the middle of their feet instead of lining up with their toes.

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                  #9
                  So, I probably shouldn't buy it then, being I have a ZRA and all

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                    #10
                    WG< The ZRA has larger tubing. It would fit any chair that has the openings and the same 18' width and size tubing. I'm not sure you can shim it. I didn't see a price?

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                      #11
                      do you still have the anti tip bar available? if so, how much is it?

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                          #13
                          Hi, I haven't been on CareCure for months, so sorry about not looking after this thread, but I do still have the whheels and anti tip bar.

                          $50 for the wheels (I think the rims may just be black metal, not plastic coated as originally stated)

                          $50 for the anti tip bar
                          Last edited by Jeff B; 24 May 2012, 4:09 PM.

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