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Discussion in 'Talkback' started by rolling, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. rolling

    rolling New Member

    We're working with Winnebago to design an accessible coach. Now we need to figure out what will work four-down that can carry an electric wheelchair. Most use a minivan, but these can't be towed. (As far as I've been told. Has anyone solved this problem or have suggestions? Thanks.
     
  2. Ed H.

    Ed H. New Member

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    There are a few rear wheel drive minivans out there. maybe one of those with a remco driveshaft coupler?
     
  3. buzz

    buzz New Member

    wheelchair toad

    quote:Originally posted by rolling

    We're working with Winnebago to design an accessible coach. Now we need to figure out what will work four-down that can carry an electric wheelchair. Most use a minivan, but these can't be towed. (As far as I've been told. Has anyone solved this problem or have suggestions? Thanks.
     
  4. buzz

    buzz New Member

    wheelchair toad

    quote:Originally posted by rolling

    We're working with Winnebago to design an accessible coach. Now we need to figure out what will work four-down that can carry an electric wheelchair. Most use a minivan, but these can't be towed. (As far as I've been told. Has anyone solved this problem or have suggestions? Thanks.

    I tow a 1996 Ford Winstar behind my 1988 Foretravel. I had an axel lock installed to disingage the drive train. Works well. I have a
    Vantage Northstar underfloor ramp and kneeling in the van for and use a hoverround power chair.


















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