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    #16
    Very sweet ride. Looks great.

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      #17
      Originally posted by fuentejps
      DONT KNOW ITS ALOT LIGHTER THAN MY ECLIPSE.
      My TiLite ZRc (16 x 16) weighs 23.8 lbs complete with Roho Jetstream low profile back, aluminum seat pan (the combination really improves my posture), Stimulite Classic cushion, Sorano wheels (weigh 3.1 lbs/wheel w/quick release), and scissor locks. That's not a boast. For a chair this relatively stripped down, I was hoping that it would have weighed less. I'm not ready to buy a new chair but I'm hoping when the time comes to find something that's at least 5 lbs lighter. Hoping that more manufacturers start offering magnesium frames a la Lasher.
      stephen@bike-on.com

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        #18
        Alright, stick em up....and give me that chair!! LOL j/k That is an awesome lookiing chair! Ride it with pride.

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          #19
          Did you put on the Shox fuente? I knew you would like the D's Locks.
          Pharmacist, C4-5 injury but functional C6 (no triceps/flexors)

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            #20
            Originally posted by canuck
            I agree with 212, you don't need frame protectors on a ti chair, just whip out the scotch brite pad & some pledge & buff the scratches out.
            ok, did not look closely enough to see they were neoprene with zip on/off covers. I though the stock TiLite neoprene were like the neoprene that is snuggly fit over the front frame bend on the Invacare A4; it is a bolted joint, and has a neoprene wrap on it, non-removable.

            I actually do not care for the *silver* color of an unpolished titanium chair for myself. I wish I could just have it anodized satin black. I am almost tempted to just wrap my ZRA with wide hockey tape when I get it! LOL!!!

            Ah well!

            It is a beautiful chair, and I cant wait to hear how you like it!
            Last edited by nikki-k; 27 Jul 2007, 1:54 PM.
            nikki
            T6 complete since Oct, 2001
            TiLite ZRa, Spinergy LX 24", Shox Firm tires, 3" volcanic glare rollerblade wheels for casters

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              #21
              ILL EMAIL COLOURS ON THE WEIGHT. ITS THE LIGHTEST CHAIR I HAVE EVER HAD. MY CUSHION WEIGHS 2PDS I THINK[STIMULITE CLASSIC]




              JGNI, IM MOUNTING THE SHOX TODAY. ILL POST A PIC WHEN THEY ARE ON.


              IREALLY LIKE THE PLAIN POLISHED ALUMINUM LOOK. ITS NOT NEARLY AS SHINEY IN PERSON.








              Originally posted by stephen212
              My TiLite ZRc (16 x 16) weighs 23.8 lbs complete with Roho Jetstream low profile back, aluminum seat pan (the combination really improves my posture), Stimulite Classic cushion, Sorano wheels (weigh 3.1 lbs/wheel w/quick release), and scissor locks. That's not a boast. For a chair this relatively stripped down, I was hoping that it would have weighed less. I'm not ready to buy a new chair but I'm hoping when the time comes to find something that's at least 5 lbs lighter. Hoping that more manufacturers start offering magnesium frames a la Lasher.
              Bike-on.com rep
              John@bike-on.com
              c4/5 inc funtioning c6. 28 yrs post.
              sponsored handcycle racer

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                #22
                Yeah buddy! That is a nice looking ride John. The polished Al makes them look slick. I'm with SCI_OTR, that is one LOW chair. I couldn't imagine sitting that low. Don't have to worry about tip-overs, especially in flatland
                I'm anxious to hear how the shox FEEL as far as ability to cushion the bumps, if OH has any >snicker<
                I'm betting it weighs less than 20lbs with the cushion.

                https://www.facebook.com/john.baxter.1213986

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by CapnGimp
                  Yeah buddy! That is a nice looking ride John. The polished Al makes them look slick. I'm with SCI_OTR, that is one LOW chair. I couldn't imagine sitting that low. Don't have to worry about tip-overs, especially in flatland
                  I'm anxious to hear how the shox FEEL as far as ability to cushion the bumps, if OH has any >snicker<
                  I'm betting it weighs less than 20lbs with the cushion.
                  i was thinking 15-18 pds
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                  John@bike-on.com
                  c4/5 inc funtioning c6. 28 yrs post.
                  sponsored handcycle racer

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by fuentejps
                    i was thinking 15-18 pds
                    w/ the cushion... wow.

                    nice ride
                    "All of us are all too stuck strapped to a chair watching our lives blow up..."

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                      #25
                      The whole chair with cushion, wheels/pushrims, D's Locks, with every everything is never 15 lbs (I hope I don't have to eat my shorts after ...), more than 20 lbs in my opinion (certainly with the Shoxs on). The only way to know is real weighing, no approx. will do.
                      Pharmacist, C4-5 injury but functional C6 (no triceps/flexors)

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                        #26
                        Originally posted by JGNI
                        The whole chair with cushion, wheels/pushrims, D's Locks, with every everything is never 15 lbs (I hope I don't have to eat my shorts after ...), more than 20 lbs in my opinion (certainly with the Shoxs on). The only way to know is real weighing, no approx. will do.
                        I'll eat your shorts if his chair weighs <20#. We need real-life data. No catalog-based guesstimations from Colours. Actual weight of the actual fully-loaded chair -- with eyewitnesses and notarized affidavits.
                        stephen@bike-on.com

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                          #27
                          Originally posted by stephen212
                          I'll eat your shorts if his chair weighs <20#. We need real-life data. No catalog-based guesstimations from Colours. Actual weight of the actual fully-loaded chair -- with eyewitnesses and notarized affidavits.
                          The notary is a must, I agree! Only someone with total objectivity can tell us the truth.
                          Pharmacist, C4-5 injury but functional C6 (no triceps/flexors)

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                            #28
                            Hi john thats a sweet chair i have a A4 Titanium chair and they say it only weighs 13.5 pounds. Not sure if thats the real weight but it is super light. How much did you chair cost if you don't mind me asking?
                            "The best activities for your health are pumping and humping."
                            Arnold Schwarzenegger

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                              #29
                              Originally posted by pumpingiron
                              Hi john thats a sweet chair i have a A4 Titanium chair and they say it only weighs 13.5 pounds. Not sure if thats the real weight but it is super light. How much did you chair cost if you don't mind me asking?
                              Sorry pumpin, but you can be sure that with everything on it is much more than that. What you refer to is probably a small size chair without wheels and accessories.
                              Pharmacist, C4-5 injury but functional C6 (no triceps/flexors)

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                                #30
                                lol. ok ladies ill way the bitch. all i know is i can pick it up w/ one hand alot easier than my eclipse. i mean hell theres nothing to it. very minimalistic
                                Bike-on.com rep
                                John@bike-on.com
                                c4/5 inc funtioning c6. 28 yrs post.
                                sponsored handcycle racer

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