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wheelchair hunting blind sizes #7772972 03/15/20 05:40 PM
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im building a wheelchair hunting blind on a 6x11 trailer..In a elect. wheelchair what is the hight of the windows from bottom of windows to the floor?


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Re: wheelchair hunting blind sizes [Re: redog] #7773231 03/15/20 10:31 PM
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The seat height of wheelchairs are 19 inches, electric mobile carts are a little higher, about 20 inches. A standard chair is 19 inches. Or in a nutshell no different in the window height. The door, better make it 36' but 42 would be better.


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Re: wheelchair hunting blind sizes [Re: dogcatcher] #7775072 03/17/20 04:58 PM
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My wheelchair is 22 inches,but I'm big,yes 42" doorway is much better than 36" ,I don't always hit the doorway straight on.
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