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    Quad hand-controls?

    what do you use

    looked at

    monarch mark 1-A
    sure-grip MPD

    anything else out there.

    please be specific, my situation i i would need tri-pin's (no hand function)

    any advice?

    #2
    I'm not sure if you're talking about steering or braking/accelerating. Before I shot my upper body I was training with a suregrip and really liked it (and spinner knob). I haven't started again since my upper body injury, but I got these alternate steering recommendations:

    · www.nobilityproductsdesign.com
    · www.emc-digi.com
    · Independent Driving Systems - IDS

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      #3
      Hi ThisGuy.

      For the past 13 years, I drove with EMC egbII gas/brake. Cost $10k back then, today it costs $30k. I think that is unconscionable! I do not generally wish ill will on anyone, but that level of greed needs to be punished. I hope they go out of business. If they do not change their pricing, I am sure they will. This consumer voted with his wallet and went with a competing product - Sure Grip.

      Just did a driver / ot assesment. It was easy and a fraction of the cost!

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        #4
        What exactly are you looking for? I'm a quad C5-6 and sure-grips work the best for me
        A dolla makes me holla, honey boo boo! - borrowed from Honey boo boo child

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          #5
          For those that are using Sure Grips....... Any you that have a tri-pin mounted on them?? What are y'all using for turn signals?

          For the op.....i've been using mpd 3700's for twenty-two years on the left side in full-size ford vans.

          I'm about a week away from driving a 2011 silverado 2500hd. I'll be using
          Menox hand controls with a 3700 tri-pin mounted on top with rocker turn signal switches. but mounted on the right-side....it's going to take some getting use to..........

          lance

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            #6
            Random,

            It seems that an "m" rather than an "n" is needed as the first letter, after the first dot, in the first link provided in your post.

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              #7
              Originally posted by CowboyCrip View Post
              Hi ThisGuy.

              For the past 13 years, I drove with EMC egbII gas/brake. Cost $10k back then, today it costs $30k. I think that is unconscionable! I do not generally wish ill will on anyone, but that level of greed needs to be punished. I hope they go out of business. If they do not change their pricing, I am sure they will. This consumer voted with his wallet and went with a competing product - Sure Grip.

              Just did a driver / ot assesment. It was easy and a fraction of the cost!
              I Agree. Stay away from EMC if possible. Way too expensive, it needs to be serviced every 500 hrs then at 1500 hrs sent back to EMC, which is a fortune. Just did the same thing. Ripped out all EMC equipment and going MPD. I would never recommend EMC.

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                #8
                Originally posted by lance30276 View Post
                For those that are using Sure Grips....... Any you that have a tri-pin mounted on them?? What are y'all using for turn signals?
                I don't use a tri-pin, for me it it gets in my way. I use the blinkers, what are you using?
                A dolla makes me holla, honey boo boo! - borrowed from Honey boo boo child

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by wtf View Post
                  I don't use a tri-pin, for me it it gets in my way. I use the blinkers, what are you using?
                  I've been using mpd 3700's for the last 22 years, in my new truck i've got menox hand controls with a mpd 3700 tri-pin mounted on top with turn signals mounted in the tri-pin...........

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                    #10
                    I have a digitone for my turn signals, wipers, etc. but i usually just use the stock equipment.

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                      #11
                      I am a quad and tested the Sure-Grips. My left hand works fine but does not open very fast. I was not really comfortable driving with these. I ended up with MPD and a spinner on the steering wheel.

                      Good luck with your choice.
                      Millard
                      ''Life's tough... it's even tougher if you're stupid!'' -- John Wayne

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