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Old 07-20-2009, 07:05 AM #11
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At first when I read,"my other favorite item" I though it was jmiller writing, but Duct tape is universal. I myself have many rolls and many colors. Sounds good!!!!!
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try this link:
http://www.mobility-aids.com/site/49...oduct/CDCF1100

I think it is what you are looking for. I found several versions from a variety of well known mobility providers. Good luck and... hold on tightly!
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well, call me crazy but I think you need to go to the party store and buy balloons and a tank of helium. You can take the tank with you and make funny noises all down the street. It will give your neighbors something to talk about.
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Bike stores do carry the flags and the poles and the attachments for hooking the flags to bicycles.

We bought one to put on my mom's scooter, but there's no where to attach the pole to.
I bought one from Walmart. The pole is designed with a metal bracket that fits between the wheel and the body of the bike. I am able to get it on my scooter by inserting the bracket on the back of the scooter on the roll-bar wheels.
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well, call me crazy but I think you need to go to the party store and buy balloons and a tank of helium. You can take the tank with you and make funny noises all down the street. It will give your neighbors something to talk about.
But Crazy, I did the balloons, but cars kept dumping toddlers on me, thinking I was the party!! And who told you I make funny noises??
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Have you search on Internet?

I found similar clipper to hold the stick or flag while using wheelchair.
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