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#1 g1h1

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Posted 21 January 2014 - 09:15 AM

Hello all,

I just joined as probably the newest kid on the site.  Anyway, I am a disabled vet who currently has a 2009 Outback.  I am getting a Pride Go-Go Elite Traveler for the vehicle.  Cannot ambulate far nor lift the heaviest item (frame) into the rear area.  Seeking help from anyone who is familiar with lifts for Wagon.  Thank you all for your assistance. g1h1






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