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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 06/2007) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Adult Moss Wheelbase With Tilt In Space, model 444B6, has self propelled large rear wheels with handrims. The tilt in space feature is hand activated with a quick release lever, and operates in a 25í range with a gas cylinder assist. Push handles can be added to the back of the frame. There is a choice of two rear-wheel positions. There are three seating interface mounting positions. The rear wheel position is adjustable to incrase or decrease the rear wheel separation. The Otto Bock seating system can be used with the wheelbase and has 39 widths and can be mounted in three different positions. The gas cylinder operates by the user's weight: models are available for people up to 120 pounds, 120 to 180 pounds, and over 180 pounds. DIMENSIONS: Overall length 47.38 inches, maximum height 43 inches, overall width 25 to 27 inches, floor to seat height 20 or 21 inches. WEIGHT: 33 to 35 pounds.

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This product record was updated on June 20, 2007.

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Otto Bock Health Care

Two Carlson Parkway North, Suite 100
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55447-4467
United States
Telephone: 800-328-4058 or 800-905-2750 (voice mail) or 763-553-9464.
Fax: 800-655-4963 or 763-519-6153.

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