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I have a Pacesaver Boss 6 & my tire separated from the drive wheel . I hear this is a common problem & need to know if Pacesaver manufacturing can replace @ no cost to me.

I purchased it in May of 2009 . I live in a nursing home & only get $35.00 per month personal allowance, the nursing home gets the rest . So since this is a common problem I hoped it would be covered by warrenty. Please contact me @ & let me know either way.

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  • Sunday G. Good Dec 13, 2012

    The price I was quoted for the tire/wheel assembly is $257.00 for one & $666.for two. i can't just get one beccause they no longer make the 12 inch . Because of this problem they switched to a 13 inch .If the company won't replace it then I need an organization to purchase them for me or maybe you know someone that has them used for a reasonable amount . If anyone can help they can deal with the nursing home I'm in or purchase them & ship to me at the nursing home. The maint. man will put them

  • Sunday G. Good Dec 13, 2012

    The tire/ wheel size I need is 13 x 3.00 -4 & the serial # is 904169FFBAGK. The chair is Pacesaver Boss 6

  • Sunday G. Good Dec 19, 2012

    aftermarket didn't have the tire/wheel assy. But thanks for trying to help.



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Try "the aftermarket group" on the www and get the maint man to do it

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