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ToastGuard
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 7:49 PM
Joined: 20 Apr 2011
Location: Southern Maryland
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  • This frame looks no different than a standard ZRA. They just reinforce the various attachment points with thicker welds. The tubing is identical. Titanium is plenty strong. The moving parts are what need reinforced....
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  • NW-Will, I'd like to hear your reasoning behind the 180lb, 6ft requirement pushing toward the TR. What makes you say that? I am 6'2" and weigh 230lbs, but found I really like my ZRA. I paid for the "reinforced frame" (not the full heavyweight model, though) because I often carry my...
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  • Technically the elevator was about $36k and the shaft was another $35k (prior to additional $4k to move a couple footers in the basement and $3k in cost overruns related to things they found after opening the walls). I didn't get a super nice elevator. It is your standard wood walls and cable driven...
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  • Thank you for the feedback. We did install a very nice elevator (I don't know I'd go as far as luxury) and it is fully integrated into the house, so there is no chance of removing it. Our house is on the nicer side and was already handicapped accessible on the first floor (it is two stories with a...
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  • ToastGuard
    started a topic Tax Deduction for Home Elevator

    Tax Deduction for Home Elevator

    I had an elevator installed in the house I moved into this past spring and am looking for other's experience with a medical tax deduction after installing an elevator. I've extensive research and the official rule is that I can only deduct the cost of the elevator above what it increased the value...
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    replied to New Chair measurements help
    Did you order through Sportaid or Bike-on? Generally it is a DME's (the company who orders the chair on your behalf) responsibility for setting up your chair properly, but I'm not sure who other than you would be responsible for making the adjustments if you just ordered online.
    That said,...
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  • ToastGuard
    replied to Tilite Zra ground clearance
    I just bought a TiLite ZRA in the middle of last year and also had ground clearance issues. I looked at the manual and to release the footplate down tubes, do NOT hit the tubes down. Like pfcs said, you have to hammer on the screws themselves to get the clamps to release. I had no luck in releasing...
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