Frog Legs, Inc.

14470 Terminal Avenue, 52501 Ottumwa
USA

Telephone +1 641 6820220
Fax +1 641 6820132
jill@froglegsinc.com

Location

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REHACARE 2016 hall map (Hall 6): stand A79

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REHACARE 2016 fairground map: Hall 6

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 07  Mobility and walking aids
  • 07.02  Wheelchairs and vehicles
  • 07.02.09  Wheels, castors

Our products

Product category: Wheels, castors

BIG-RIGS

Big Rig Forks:
A more robust version of our standard Ultra Sport Shock Absorber, with the strength and proportion to handle power chair and tilt-in-space applications. This powerhouse fork will absorb nearly 80% of shock and improve your wheelchair's traction by keeping the drive wheels in better contact with the ground. The Big Rig provides over 3" of travel to allow the wheel to lift back, up and over obstacles to prevent pitching.

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Product category: Wheels, castors

ULTRA-SPORT

Shock Absorbing Caster Forks for Manual Chairs

Imagine being able to roll right over brickwork, cobblestones, broken sidewalks, or door jams. Imagine being able to relax, conserve energy and ride in more comfort and safety. Frog Legs Shock Absorbing caster forks eliminate 76% of all shock and provide the front casters the ability to lift back, up and over obstacles to minimize pitching.

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Product category: Wheels, castors

EPIC Aluminum Big Rig 6 x 2 Softroll Caster

EPIC  Aluminum Big Rig 6 x 2 Wide Softroll Casters

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About us

Company details

Frog Legs is the world-wide expert in wheelchair suspension. with over 14 years experience we manufacture the original and best wheelchair shock absorbing caster forks available. Attention to even the smallest detail has resulted in the lightest, strongest, most functional high-resilient urethane caster wheels developed specifically for wheelchairs,

In 1994 Frog Legs' founder Mark Chelgren befriended members of a quadriplegic rugby team. Having come from a technology progressive, crank head bicycle environment he began working with the athletes.  He built a suspension system to prevent muscle spasms,  back pain and other injuries that come from a rough ride or being pitched from your chair to the pavement.

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