Ripchair 3.0 Off-Road Wheelchair

Jul 27, 2016

Category: Rides

Outfitted to take those mobility challenged individuals on an off-road excursion, the Track Chair RipChair combines power, durability, and the maneuverability into a mean off-road machine built to tackle any outdoor terrain. Built off their previous model this version features a new ramp design, a built-in seat that extends out and down for easy access, right and left handed electronic controls, a cup holder, and lighting packages.

The RipChair features a 30” x 50” bay so fitting most wheelchairs and power chairs won’t be an issue with this off-road chair. It rides around on two continuous tracks and boasts a lightweight design built from aerospace aluminum, a 29 hp four-stroke engine, and reaches speeds up to 10mph. Buyers can also option for additional add-ons such as a 5000 lb winch, auxiliary outlet to crank some tunes, and an Equalizer Shooting System that may just make this RipChair the ultimate hunting vehicle. Pricing is available upon request. [Purchase]

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