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I have a 1 1/2 year old Drive Wheelchair that was provided by Laundauer in New York City. I do not know the model #. It is not a small chair but rather a medium to large (but not really large) size. The front wheels are 3-4" and thick. Problems: 1--the black plastic foot rest has split off just leaving the steel rod that holds it. So it needs to be replaced. and 2- The smaller steel "L" pin that helps guide the leg rest to hi and lo positions is bent. I cannot get it in the lowest position. My husband is very tall and needs it in the lowest position and the release rod does not release to the required position. do you have a repair dealer anywhere in the West Dover/Bennington/Brattleboro, VT area? how do I get parts? kbc@together.net

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Kbc sorry it took so long to answer your question goto drivemedical.com and their website has a dealer locator function where you should be able to locate a dealer that should be able to help you

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