What’s In the Box?
The Front Wheel Attachment is easy to assemble and connect to a Walkin’ Wheels Rear wheelchair.
- 1 set (2) Wheel Struts and Casters
- 1 set (2) Legs
- 2 Extenders
- 1 set Leg Rings
- 1 Chin Bar
- 1 Chin Bar Cover
- Nuts, Bolts, and Allen Key
(A) Left and Right Extenders (2):
These replace the side extenders that come with the Walkin’ Wheels Rear wheelchair. These are not marked “Left” and “Right” because the only difference between them is that the writing will be upside down if they are installed on the wrong side.
(B) Wheel Struts and Casters (2):
These are marked “L” (left) and “R” (right) and it is very important that they go on the correct side. There is another small “L” or “R” on the bottom of the strut, near where the caster screws in. L and R assume you are standing behind the wheelchair, or that it is the dog’s L and R.
(C) Frame Leg Connectors (2):
“Marked “L” and “R” with stickers (and another mark beneath the stickers if they come off).
IMPORTANT: The LEFT and RIGHT Wheel Struts and Caster (B) must match the LEFT and RIGHT Frame Leg Connector (C). If they are not matched correctly, the wheelchair will be extremely wobbly.
(D) Front Chin Bar (1, 2 pieces):
NOTE: Some extension kits come with a larger chin bar.
(E) Allen Key/Wrench (2)
(F) Front Bar Screws (2)
(G) Front Bar Comfort Cover (1)
(H) Front Leg Rings (1 Pair)
What Wheel will I Receive?
If your pet’s Fold of Flank measurement is between 7 and 11.9 inches you will receive a 4″ wheel.
If your pet’s Fold of Flank measurement is between 12 and 28 inches you will receive a 6″ wheel.
First, measure the struts on your Walkin’ Wheels Rear wheelchair. Second, measure the wheel size. These measurements will determine what size Front Wheel Attachment you need.
How to Measure Struts
The strut of the Walkin’ Wheels Rear wheelchair is attached to the wheel. Take a tape measure and measure the Walkin’ Wheels strut from end to end.
How to Measure Wheels
Measure the diameter of the Walkin’ Wheels rear wheel