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 Post subject: Re: Pimp My Wheelchair (Updated 29th Aug 2014)
PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2014 12:13 pm 
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I have now been given permission o enter the wheelchair into the Show'n'Shine section at Ultimate Street Car & Japshow.

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 Post subject: Re: Pimp My Wheelchair (Updated 29th Aug 2014)
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The wheelchair is now supported by JL Audio and Kenwood UK who have supplied a set of JL Audio speakers and a Kenwood head-unit. 1st off the original seat wasted a lot of space underneath so I have replaced it with a sheet of MDF which will be covered in black vinyl. I have then fitted a universal stereo mount which will hold a Kenwood mechless head-unit.

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 Post subject: Re: Pimp My Wheelchair (Updated 29th Aug 2014)
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Started wiring a few ICELED products to my new lowrider mobility scooter.

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 Post subject: Re: Pimp My Wheelchair (Updated 8th Aug 2017)
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Sad news. The nhs have started doing random checks so I've had to remove everything from my wheelchair. I'm not giving up though as im now moving everything over to my mobility scooter, the advantage with the scooter is that it is mine so I can do anything I like to it.

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 Post subject: Re: Pimp My Wheelchair (Updated 8th Aug 2017)
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...The nhs have started doing random checks so I've had to remove everything from my wheelchair...

Blimey, do they get lot's of problems with people modifying their loan items then? :shock:


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 Post subject: Re: Pimp My Wheelchair (Updated 29th Aug 2014)
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They have never liked what I've been doing and complain regularly. One of the engineers has been complaining regularly and has been telling the nhs lies.

For example he came out to PAT test the charger and needed to access a sticker under this vinyl wrap. I offered to remove it as it just peels off, he replied saying no its fine. A week later the nhs called to say the engineer had told them I've coveted all the vent holes. He then told them I'd made the chair unsafe by removing the manual brakes. I've told them that those aren't needed on electric wheelchairs as when you switch the chair off it automatically locks the wheels. I've explained everything to them but they said they will not allow anyone to add things to the wheelchairs and that they'll be doing random checks.

Thankfully the company that gave me the scooter have been brilliant and said the scooter is mine so I can do as I wish. So I'm moving everything over to that instead. They've even sent me some upgraded batteries to pOwer more lighting :)


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