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    Black & Orange Series 2 ZRA

    Saw this chair at the plant today and loved the color scheme...
    TiLite. The Ultimate Ride.

    #2
    Looks awesome! Tilite will hopefully be my next chair in a little while.
    I'm Sam.

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      #3
      Looks good, like the look of the flat black on these. While your looking around the plant go find mine and take a pic! Can't wait to see it.
      Most everything I say is

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        #4
        the impact guards looks really cool. can they be bought separately?
        I've got 99 problems but the wheelchair ain't 1

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          #5
          Originally posted by aaronykc View Post
          the impact guards looks really cool. can they be bought separately?
          These look different than mine. Ti, did you introduce some new ones with the series 2? I like the strap at the top to keep it in place and I also like that the leg strap doesn't go through the guard, as before, but rather around it.
          C5-6 Complete - 8/13/1982

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            #6
            Brian,

            The strap at the top is not a strap for the impact guard. Look closely and you'll see the plastic clips on the inner edges of both sides along with the carrying pouch on the seat. It is for the pouch to clip onto and used for storing keys, cellphone, etc....

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              #7
              Gotcha, thanks Nick.
              C5-6 Complete - 8/13/1982

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                #8
                guys what is the exact diameter of the zr2 frame tubing. im having guards made. thx
                Bike-on.com rep
                John@bike-on.com
                c4/5 inc funtioning c6. 28 yrs post.
                sponsored handcycle racer

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by fuentejps View Post
                  guys what is the exact diameter of the zr2 frame tubing. im having guards made. thx
                  I just ran a caliper over it and got 1.248". Building to 1.25 should work fine.

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                    #10
                    Fuentejps, Skogy is correct, the tubing is 1.25"

                    Aaronykc, they can be purchased separately.

                    Brianm, they are a newer, more durable version.

                    Nick, AMAZING attention to detail.

                    Texas, that is pretty funny! What's your color scheme...i'll see what i can find...

                    Sam, make sure you meet up with the guys at All in One Mobility...between them and our Rep, they have some good Series 2 demos.
                    TiLite. The Ultimate Ride.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by TiLite View Post
                      Fuentejps, Skogy is correct, the tubing is 1.25"

                      Aaronykc, they can be purchased separately.

                      Brianm, they are a newer, more durable version.

                      Nick, AMAZING attention to detail.

                      Texas, that is pretty funny! What's your color scheme...i'll see what i can find...

                      Sam, make sure you meet up with the guys at All in One Mobility...between them and our Rep, they have some good Series 2 demos.
                      Will do. Only part I worry about it I can't talk. On my chair now, I have a thing on my frame that lets me attach a computer that talks. (The black thing on the lower part of the frame by the right front wheel.) Although hopefully when the time is right, I'll have a different set up.
                      I'm Sam.

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                        #12
                        TiLite,

                        Thanks, I look at the possible competition. I have a friend that is a mechanical engineer and him and I have been throwing ideas around on how to build a completely out of the air design for a wheelchair. Who know's, it may be on the market in the future.

                        I always pay close attention to see what new things are being put into designing a wheechair. Besides, I have the exact same setup on my chair. I found the bag and then went and bought some nylon strapping and clips for a bbq grill cover from the hardware store and made it work.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by TiLite View Post
                          Texas, that is pretty funny! What's your color scheme...i'll see what i can find...
                          Well after flip flopping on colors about 10 times I finally gave my final answer of the Candy Root Beer color, it's the closest to brown and the colors for our business is brown and blue and i'm normally wearing a brown shirt.

                          So if ya see a Candy Root Beer ZR with black spinergy that would be mine, although my DME called last week and was told it would hopefully ship out today. Hopefully it did, but if not it's around there some where.
                          Most everything I say is

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by TexasWheelz View Post
                            Well after flip flopping on colors about 10 times I finally gave my final answer of the Candy Root Beer color, it's the closest to brown and the colors for our business is brown and blue and i'm normally wearing a brown shirt.

                            So if ya see a Candy Root Beer ZR with black spinergy that would be mine, although my DME called last week and was told it would hopefully ship out today. Hopefully it did, but if not it's around there some where.
                            Cool! That's the TiLite color that most interests me. What color hardware did you choose?
                            stephen@bike-on.com

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                              #15
                              Ditch those lame-ass brakes!

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