Rear Brake Attachment for Walker

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Cambered Sure Glide Brakes (Models 6274 & 6263)

The Cambered Sure Glide Brakes are rear brake attachments designed for use with 3- or 5-inch single fixed wheel attachments (sold separately). These brakes operate without interfering with the normal use of the walker. DIMENSIONS: Model 6274 are 10-inch extensions and model 6263 are 13-inch extensions.

Rear Wheel Brakes (Models 6264 & 6265)

The Rear Wheel Brakes are rear brake attachments for walkers designed for use with 3- or 5-inch wheel attachments (sold separately). Model 6264 is intended for use with single fixed wheel attachments and model 6265 is intended for use with swivel wheel or Tall Fixed Wheel attachments (not included). Both models are combination brakes and small wheels. These brakes operate without interfering with the normal use of the walker. DIMENSIONS: Model 6264 are 10-inch extensions and model 6265 are 13-i

Walker Brake System

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide a customized braking system to a walking frame for use by a person with spina bifida, necrosis, and thrombosis. The walker was adapted by attaching a pair of locking bicycle hand-brake levers to the handlebars of the walking frame. The hand-brake cables are connected to the L-shaped brake friction bars to engage for both sets of rear wheels. The bars have a spring return so that the brakes can be easily applied and released when used on a steep slope such a

Walking Frame Brake Modification

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To provide a customized adaptation to a four-wheel walker to enable back wheels to lock when navigating the walker up steps for an individual with cerebral palsy and visual and hearing impairments. Two spring-loaded semi-circular aluminum cams are used to jam the back wheels if they move backwards, but not stop the wheels from moving forward. The two cams are mounted on the frame just above the wheels and are attached to a cord which travels up to hook in the center o

Parent Category: Walker Accessories
 
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