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The Ripchair 3.0 Is an Off-road Capable Wheelchair

by Conner Flynn
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The Ripchair 3.0 by Howe and Howe Technologies is a high-powered wheelchair that provides off-road access to the disabled. It accepts your existing chair and allows people who ride in wheelchairs to go over terrain that they normally would stay away from.

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The Ripchair has a 27 horsepower engine, so it can run all day long without loss of power like electric wheelchairs. Its ramp design allows users to roll up and attach most powered or manual wheelchairs. If your chair doesn’t fit, Howe and Howe says that they can modify it to accommodate any special needs or custom requests.

Each vehicle is completely customizable, whether you are talking hand controls, a winch, gun racks or extra storage. Yes, a rider could actually go hunting and bring back the corpse with this vehicle. It’s pretty impressive.

[via Autoblog via Laughing Squid]



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