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landrover
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Joined: 04-04-2004
Location: Philadelphia, Pa
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  • Thanks for sharing those videos. I'm somewhat hesitant for these purposes to have any mods that might lower the ground clearance. I'm not sure, but I think the cost to lower the floor would be more then buying a standard high roof, and installing the lift. Not sure. I'm wondering if the best route...
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  • Came across this video of the Dodge Promaster (similar model to the one converted above), that has a lift installed. I haven't been able to come across any that use ramps instead, so I'm guessing the height is too much for a ramp, which would then likely cost more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
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  • I'm wondering if instead of my lift question from above, they could just as simply reverse the setup, so the seating/bed area is in the middle/front area, and the other stuff, such as sink, fridge, etc, could be placed in the rear of the van, which I myself wouldn't need to access.
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  • Looking at the vehicle again, the height of the side door, looks like a ramp might even be possible to cut cost/weight. As a powerchair user, the angle wouldn't be as much an issue....
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  • So I stumbled across this video, as well as the videos of the making of, and thought something like this would be pretty feasible. In addition, I don't see any reason why it couldn't also be a daily driver (though I am only the passenger). I'm sure the layout could be tailored, but certainly I could...
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  • landrover
    replied to Problem voiding urine
    in Care
    I had similar issues (still do, actually). My issues seemed to first begin when I changed patient lifts, and slings. My old sling kept my legs tightly together when being transferred, but the new one keeps my legs apart. What I found with this was that I would end up sitting on my scrotum. I never...
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