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[image|1763437]OurOur wheelchairs habitually bind on the tilt point where the crossbars attach to the frame. It is most often caused by either loose bolts or worn bushings/bolts; less likely are bend cross bars Take a look at those points.

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[image|1763437]OurOur wheelchairs habitually bind on the tilt point where the crossbars attach to the frame. It is most often caused by either loose bolts or worn bushings/bolts; less likely are bend cross bars Take a look at those points.

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Our[image|1763437]Our wheelchairs habitually bind on the tilt point where the crossbars attach to the frame. It is most often caused by either loose bolts or worn bushings/bolts; less likely are bend cross bars Take a look at those points.
Our[image|1763437]Our wheelchairs habitually bind on the tilt point where the crossbars attach to the frame. It is most often caused by either loose bolts or worn bushings/bolts; less likely are bend cross bars Take a look at those points.

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Our wheelchairs habitually bind on the tilt point where the crossbars attach to the frame. It is most often caused by either loose bolts or worn bushings/bolts; less likely are bend cross bars Take a look at those points.

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