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Tracker Youth Recliner (Model 5810Q-Gr-61-78)

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The Tracker Youth Recliner, model 5810Q-GR-61-78, is a child's manual reclining wheelchair designed for use by children or small adults with lower extremity, mobility, or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. This reclining wheelchair is identical to the Tracker Youth Manual Wheelchair (see separate entry), except that it has a power-assist reclining back. FRAME: Chrome frame. Options include an oxygen holder, a wheeled front or rear anti-tip attachment, a patient records holder, and an IV rod holder. SEAT (LxW): 13.5 x 12 to 16 inches in one-inch increments. The back is a power assist reclining back. Options include headrest wings, a headrest extension, a padded solid back insert, a safety belt with auto buckle or Velcro, and a wheelchair tray. CUSHION: Optional 2-inch seat cushion. UPHOLSTERY: Black, navy, brown, burgundy, or grey vinyl upholstery. ARMRESTS: Desk-length removable, and height-adjustable arms. WHEELS: Options include 8-inch semi-pneumatic wheels, 8-inch composite pneumatic tires, 24-inch Mag composite wheels with pneumatic tires, and handrims with knobs or projections. FOOTRESTS: Aluminum footplates are standard. Options include swing-away footrests, swing-away elevating legrests, a footboard, and footplate heel loops. CAPACITY: 250 pounds.

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Price: 
1,315.00
as of: 
05/10/2004

Made By:

Gendron, Inc.
Gendron, Inc. Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
520 Mulberry St., Suite 100
43506 Bryan , OH United States
Email address: sales@gendroninc.com
Phone: 800-537-2521
Fax: 419-636-9261
Ohio US
Web Address: 
http://www.gendroninc.com
Tags: 
Walking, Personal Care, Home Management, Architectural Elements, Seating
 
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