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Wheelchair Spokeguards
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CoolHubcaps.com
Provides custom wheelchair spoke guards in a variety of sizes, colors, and designs. You can design your own spoke guard using your own digital photos and artwork or choose from the large selection of pre-designed spoke guards.
info@coolhubcaps.com
888-414-7061
Texas, USA
 
Decon Wheel
Manufactures and distributes wheels, axles, pushrims, tires, tubes, wheelchair power assist, and spokeguards.
info@decon.se
0345-408 80
Sweden
 
Rollin Man
Spoke guards In a size of 19 x 19 and made out of 1/16 plastic.
 
Spokeguard Art LLC
Spokeguard art. Spokeguards that express individuality, attitude, and art. All of the spokeguards are made of a clear, beveled, flexible, virtually indestructible plastic.
 
Tewo
Spoke guards with colour and character.
 
Wheels of Fun
Custom designed wheelchair wheel covers in an assortment of motifs and colors. The covers can be purchased with and without spoke guards.
info@wheelsoffun.com
512-422-6883
USA
 
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