Question about Pride Legend 3 Wheel Mid-Size Scooter
My brother-in-law has a dual speed Legend Classic that has recently had new batteries. Despite charge-cycling, he doesn't feel that it has any significant range - based on observing the power meter when travelling up inclines going from the green band down to the red band. Also, he has recently raised the scooter on blocks to allow him to run it indoors (inclement weather here in the UK) and has observed that only one of the rear wheels drives when he runs the scooter.
Is this symptomatic of a problem with the drive train or is it normal behaviour i.e. like a differential in a car would behave?
If only one wheel turns then it sounds like the transaxle is bad. They are a sealed unit and cost around $1000.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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