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  • #16
    Aren't they alleen screws?
    Rollin' since '89. Complete C8

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    • #17
      Allen screws are turned by hex wrenches. For some reason I tend to call the hexes. :P I finally got my second hex wrench set....mine was metric, come to find out, and I needed a standard. Oh well...same ole same ole, I'm going to get on my chair pretty quick and see what I can do with the COG, RSH, back angle, etc, etc.

      PS: Chas, can you foot propel with your flip-up footrest? And did yoru chair need a special rigidizer bar, or no?
      Tourette's Syndrome - motor tics of the legs, feet and back, which can make it difficult or impossible to walk

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      • #18
        His flip up doesn't require an additional rigidizer because there is still a bar that goes across for rigidity, not the same as other types of flip ups. Brianm has the same type of tilite flip up and posted pictures of his chair recently if that's easier to find.
        Board Member of Assistance Dog Advocacy Project working in Education. Feel free to ask me any service dog questions!

        I am not paralyzed. I have a genetic connective tissue disorder with neuro complications and a movement disorder.

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        • #19
          Thanks Lin! I was looking at Chas', photos earlier, it sounds like it might work.
          Tourette's Syndrome - motor tics of the legs, feet and back, which can make it difficult or impossible to walk

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