ROHO AGILITY Back System Direct Mount Hardware

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The AGILITY Direct Mount Hardware attaches to ROHO AGILITY Back Systems. Currently, the AGILITY Direct Mount Hardware is compatible to Permobil power wheelchairs that have third-generation Corpus seating and the weight limit doesn’t exceed 300 lbs.

This simple design is easy to install and there is a minimum loss of seat depth (~1/2″)

AGILITY Direct Mount Hardware is supported by our new, five-year limited warranty.

 

The AGILITY Direct Mount Hardware consists of 1 center bracket for all back sizes and 7 different wing brackets for different shell widths.

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