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The Rodeo is a lightweight tilt-in-space wheelchair designed for use as a mobile positioning system for children with severe physical or neurological disabilities. The chair has 10 to 45 degrees of adjustable tilt and 90 to 105 degrees of seat-to-back angle adjustment. The seat depth is adjustable. Features include an adjustable-height handle, an angular adjustable footplate, elevating legrests, and an optional tray located under the chair for storing medical necessities and auxiliary equipment. FRAME: Folds with all positioning options in place, and at any angle of tilt. The Rodeo 12 has a frame width of 20 inches; the Rodeo 14 has a frame width of 22 inches; and the Rodeo 16 has a frame width of 24.5 inches. SEAT: The Rodeo 12 has a seat width of 12 inches, a seat depth of 11 to 14 inches, and a seat back height of 21.5 inches. The Rodeo 14 has a seat width of 14 inches, a seat depth of 13 to 16 inches, and a seat back height of 24 inches. The Rodeo 16 has a seat width of 16 inches, a seat depth of 15 to 18 inches, and a seat back height of 24 inches. UPHOLSTERY: Available in forest green, panther black, true red, purple, Nile green, and Mediterranean blue. ARMRESTS: Adjustable flip-up armrests. WHEELS: Front tires are 6 inches. Rear tires are 8 inches. FOOTRESTS: Elevating legrests with one-piece footplate. CAPACITY: Rodeo 12 has a weight capacity of 75 pounds. Rodeo 14 has a weight capacity of 100 pounds. Rodeo 16 has a capacity of 170 pounds. WEIGHT: The Rodeo 12 weighs 23 pounds. The Rodeo 14 weighs 26 pounds. The Rodeo 16 weighs 31 pounds.
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