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Old 07-11-2014, 08:48 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by richardwise View Post
I like those folding crutches! When I had a Harley, I kept seeing cup holders at bike rallyes, that mounted on handlebars and swung in all directions. Maybe that would work. OC- Ever since they tried to fix my leg 6 years ago, I've been suffering a painful, non-functional leg with no knee. I keep thinking it'll only get better for me now. My twin brother kept me going after my accident, even though he was in the last stage of his cancer. Can't let him down.
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Old 07-11-2014, 12:43 PM   #12
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If it's a tight fit you should be able to adjust the length of the crutches a bit. Of course you will need to readjust them for use.

I also like the idea of the folding crutches too. I could use a set in my truck for when trouble occurs. (Lots of foot & ankles issues)

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