Basement Motorhome Lift (Model 129)
The Basement Motorhome Lift, model 129, is a wheelchair lift without a platform for use on high floor motorhomes and buses with a floor height between 34 and 51 inches. Instead of a platform to support the chair, manual and powered wheelchairs and their occupants are raised and lowered by means of a pivoting arm and a vertical track. The lift requires only 9.5 inches of wall space inside. The lift will not interfere with other people entering the vehicle. Chains with webbed strapping attach onto
Knob Steering Device (Model 101K)
The Knob Steering Device, model 101K, is a steering wheel spinner designed for use by individuals who use driving hand controls or who have upper extremity disabilities. This raised knob attaches to one side of the steering wheel to facilitate one-handed steering.
Motorhome Lift (Model 124)
The Motorhome Lift, model 124, is a mobile homelift designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. This steel lift is designed without a platform and operated by suspending the wheelchair and the user from a vertically pivoting arm. The arm pivots down to attach to the occupied wheelchair, then lifts the occupant and chair into the motorhome. Permanently attached nylon webbing attach chair to the arm of the lift (permanent, detachable or temporary visitor hooku
Superarm Lift 2000
The Superarm Lift 2000 is a steel van lift designed without a platform for use with manual and powered wheelchairs, or scooters (with optional harness attachments). Instead of a platform, the wheelchair and its occupant are raised or lowered by means of a pivoting arm. The lift is designed to work without modification to the vehicle and without obstructing the doorway to other passengers. The wheelchair tips backwards for occupant's head clearance through the van door. Operation toggle switches
Hand Brake / Clutch Control (Model 102)
The Hand Brake/Clutch Control, model 102, is a hand clutch control designed for persons without use of the left leg. This unit is similar to the Supergrade IV Hand Control (see separate entry) for operation and mounting.
Left Foot Gas (Model 104)
The Left Foot Gas, model 104, is an accelerator pedal for the left foot designed to be mounted on the left side of the brake pedal for drivers with limited or no use of their right foot. The device includes a floor mount plate that requires four screws. The plate remains on floor, enabling the pedal to be removed and reinstalled with an allen keyas needed.
Park Brake Extension (Model 105)
The Park Brake Extension, model 105, is an extension lever that bolts to a foot operated parking brake in order to operate the brake by hand. The lever can be installed at various angles by adjusting the position in relation to the attachment bolt.
Turn Signal Adapter (Model 106)
The Turn Signal Adapter, model 106, is a right hand directional signal extension lever that allows the driver to operate the directional signal with the right hand. The device clamps to the base of the factory installed directional signal lever. Manufacturer recommends mounting the adapter to metal or polymers as some thin plastics may crack. The adapter will not interfere with normal operation. The Turn Signal Adapter will accommodate a turn signal base thickness of up to 0.75 inch in diameter.
Gear Shift Adapter (Model 107)
The Gear Shift Adapter, model 107, is an extension lever that allows the gear selector to be operated from the left hand side. The unit will not interfere with the normal operation of factory installed right handed gear selector. Mounting tools are included.
Supergrade Iv Hand Control (Model 100)
The Supergrade IV Hand Control, model 100, is a control mechanism for operating a vehicle with the hands. The controls can be installed in cars, trucks, or vans, and controls the operation of the accelerator, brakes, headlight dimmer, and hand. Special mounting brackets are available for mounting on different cars. The controls can be ordered for mounting on either the right or left side of the steering column. OPTIONS: Horn and headlight dimmer control.
Quad Gear Shift Extension (Model 119)
The Quad Gear Shift Extension, model 119, is an extension lever that attaches to the factory installed gear shift lever to enable persons with limited strength or range of motion to shift gears on an automatic vehicle. The device adds six inches to the original lever.
Wheelchair Seatbelt Holdown (Model 126)
The Wheelchair Seatbelt Holdown, model 126, is a restraint system designed to keep wheelchair occupants secure when in a vehicle. The extra-long seatbelt straps attach to the floor with angles or Wheelwells (see separate entry), wrap around the armrests and in front of the wheelchair user.
Electric Holdown (Model 128)
The Electric Holdown, model 128, is wheelchair restraint system that may be installed for the driver or passenger wheelchair position. (Installation depends on the underside of the van.) The holdown consists of two pieces: one piece hooks to the wheelchair frame behind the casters, and the second mounts into the floor of the van. The floor mounted piece clamps onto the piece attached to the chair. The control switch mounts to the vehicle's dashboard or the most convenient position for the operat
Quad Key Turners (Models 116-4 & 116-8)
Quad Key Turners, are key holders for vehicle ignition and doors designed to assist persons with limited wrist strength or movement. The holders consist of a metal rod that can hold one key at each end at various angles to provide extra leverage in turning the key. DIMENSIONS: 4-inch (model 116-4) and 8-inch (model 116-8) lengths.
Accelerator Shield (Model 103)
The Accelerator Shield, model 103, is an accelerator pedal guard designed to protect against inadvertently hitting the accelerator pedal when using hand controls or during leg spasms. The device attaches below the accelerator pedal with an angular rod extending over the pedal at an angle.
Quad Driving Control (Model 110)
The Quad Driving Control, model 110, is a hand control system designed for quadriplegics. The unit includes an adjustable wrist support, hand guard and specially adapted switches on hand control. An extra cam system added to hand control makes operation easier if arm strength is limited. Models are available for mounting on either the right or left side of the steering column. Brakes work with a forward push; accelerator works by pulling downward toward the lap.
Portable Control (Model 122)
The Portable Control, model 122, is a portable hand control system designed for temporary use only on rental or other vehicles with automatic transmission, power brakes and steering. This model requires strong arms and hands for operation and must be removed for standard foot use. A nylon carrying case is included.