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post #1 of 4 Old Aug 17th, 2013, 10:28 am Thread Starter
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Nice but they never show it in real time speed to see how long it takes to go up and down.
Two 18 volt batteries. I wonder if they are replaceable or are permanently installed in the unit. That would make it a expensive replacement. No cost of the seat was given. it might not even be in production yet since no order info was given. I like it but it probably is expensive and in the beta testing mode for now.

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Think it'll slide under an LT?

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It will, but you have to build up A LOT of speed
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