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The legs supports are fixed and are in a down position... I have need for a raised leg support on right leg

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The elevating Legrest for the right leg is available from The Aftermarket Group. com. This company is owned by Invacare and sells to the retail customer. Once you are on the website click on wheelchair parts, front rigging, Legrest assemblies:
Scroll down to Invacare Patriot 18" to 20" wide, RP 151009 , Legrest assembly, cam lock, black padded calf pad, heel loop, right. Confirm from the picture and description that this is what you want and order it. There is a handle at the pivot shown in the picture to adjust the angle up or down on the elevation. There is tool free adjuster for your leg length. Hope this helps.


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