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Outback

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The Outback is a child's manual tilt-in-space wheelchair designed for use by children with mobility or severe physical disabilities. FRAME: Adjustable tilt-in-space frame with built-in growth capability. A one-piece, height-adjustable stroller handle and anti-tippers are included. The frame width adjusts from 11.5 to 15.75 inches and the base length is adjustable. The frame is available in Uluru red, Daintree green, or clear blue. SEAT: The seat depth ranges from 5.9 to 20 inches. The seat height is adjustable within a five-inch range using a foot pedal. Seat and backrest mounting hardware is included. Folding backrest canes are standard, The seat and back or seating/positioning system is not included. TILT-IN-SPACE: Foot-pedal operated with up to 45 degrees of tilt is standard. ARMREST: Swing-away angle- and height-adjustable armrests with disappearing tray support bars are optional. BRAKES: Wheel locks are standard. CASTERS: Front casters. WHEELS: Choice of 16-inch transit wheels or 22-inch self-propulsion wheels with coated handrims. The chair is equipped with quick-release axles and the rear axle position is adjustable. Decorated spoke guards for the 22-inch wheels are available as options. FOOTRESTS: A removable height- and angle-adjustable footplate is standard. OPTIONS: Tray with all-around lip and mounting hardware.

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as of: 
01/06/2004
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Mulholland Positioning Systems, Inc.
Mulholland Positioning Systems, Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: info@mulhollandinc.com
Phone: 800-543-4769
Fax: 208-878-3841
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
208-878-3840
Web Address: 
http://www.mulhollandinc.com
Tags: 
Walking, Transportation, Seating