Question about Invacare Supply Group Health & Beauty
Hi Dave. I have had a few scooters that have had this problem. Most of them had the bearings tightened up to tight. Either the bearings on the steering column, or the bearings in the left or right stub axles. Just loosen off very slightly will help. Make sure that there is not too much movement in the bearings after adjusting them. Also give all the linkages a bit of a lube.
We are Invacare sales and service agents here in New Zealand, but I have never heard of this model.
Good luck. Neil.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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