Solid Seat Base with Growth Tail on Top of Rail


Please include the following measurement specifications in the options section below:

A = overall seat width

B = seat depth

C = tail depth

D = tail width, rear

CFL = center of clip from front left

CFR = center of clip from front right

CR = center of clip rear from front tail cutout forward

Please complete the section below. Please note: If hip guides are needed to be attached to any solid seat base that sits on top of the seat rails, also complete optional section.

$360.00 /Each.
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Measurement Specifications for Growth Tail on Top of Rail 
Wheelchair manufacturer 
Wheelchair model & number 
Serial number 
Frame width from lateral seat rail to lateral side seat rail 
Seat depth from front of packposts 
Seat rail diameter 
Backpost diameter 
Backpost height from top of seat rail to top of push handle 
Is backpost bend of 8° or 10° present, from top of seat rail to middle of bend?
Patient's hip guide width at pelvis (optional)
Patient's hip guide width at knees (optional) 
Are hip guides parallel to each other? (optional)
Are hip guides wedged wider at the knees? (optional)
Thickness of seat cushion (optional)

Crosley Medical Products provides innovative seating and positioning chairs for children and young adults who are neurologically impaired or developmentally disabled. These positioning chairs and their various attachments provide for years of growth as the child increases in size and weight. Crosley Medical Products is here to help all of those who may be afflicted by Developmental Delay, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Intellectual Disability, Spina Bifida and Rhett’s Syndrome with our infinite positioning chairs for maximum comfort and reliability.


 All attaching clips are ¾” wide.

When specifying the position of the clips for rail attachment, make sure from the
center of the clip there is 1” of space in the front of the clip and 1” of space in the
rear of the clip, so the clips can be attached to the seat rail without interference. 
See diagram on image 2.