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All Replacement parts for Drive Nitro 10266 rollator

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Here is a full list of available replacement parts available for the Drive 10266 standard Nitro series rollator with a labelled diagram for easy identification. Model number RTL10266, RTL10266WT, RTL10266BK. Please message or call us for 10266HD rollator parts.

 All parts ship directly from Drive Medical and subject to their stock availability

Number 29 is the accessory cane holder 892

Product number modifications:

#25 is now the end cap set. This includes the end caps that hold the tote bag in place.

Design Changes: All numbers affected will be labeled "OLD" or "NEW"

Please double check your serial number before ordering the following items:

Serial # below 2A1301: The top mount handbrake and the handlebar is no longer available.

Serial # below 2A1406: Step tube and bag mounting parts are no longer available

Serial # 2A1606301542 & newer9. Front Wheel and assembly, 19. Front Axle Bearings(pair), 22. Fork Assembly, 32. Front Axle

Serial # 2A1510302380 & higher: 10. Wheel Lock Assembly

Serial # 2A1606301542 & lower: 14a is the old locking latch. Newer rollators have them built into the frame. It is the "click" that you hear when you fold up your rollator.

There are two current types of clips that hold the tote bag on the frame. The one that mounts on the side frame is part #7 in our list, 1026611. The one that connects to the crossbrace is part#31 in our list, 1026643.

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Drive parts are series specific and not interchangeable, unless labelled, with other drive series or other brands. Returns will not be accepted for intended use under these circumstances. If design changes are noted on any parts, please contact us to make sure you have the correct part for your serial number.

 

How to change a brake on a Nitro


There are two methods for changing a brake on a Nitro rollator. The first method requires a 4mm Allen wrench, a Phillips screw driver, duct or electrical tape and 5’ of cord.  The second method requires a 4mm Allen wrench, a Phillips screw driver and a long needle nose pliers.

Method 1

 

  • Remove the crimp fitting at the end of the brake cable.





 

  • Loosen the cable fastener with a 4mm Allen wrench and remove.






 

  • Remove the brake cable from the cable adjuster and spring.






 

  • Remove the cable from the cable guides.











 

  • Tape a 5’ length of cord to as much or the brake cable as possible. Do not tape the cord to the cable housing. Do not make the taped section wider then the cable housing.






 

  • Grasp the handgrip and twist back and forth to remove.










 

  • Remove the screw holding the brake handle onto the handle bar using a Phillips screw driver. Remove the brake handle.






 

  • Remove the three screws holding the handle bar housing to the handle bar frame using a Phillips screw driver. Separate the two half’s of the brake handle to remove them from the hand bar.






 

  • Pull up on the cable and guide it through the hole in the lower frame. Continue pulling until it is out of the frame.  Make sure the cord is not pulled into the frame.






 

  • Remove the cord from the old brake and tape the cord to the cable of the new brake. Do not tape the cord to the cable housing. Do not make the taped section wider then the cable housing.






 

  • Pull the cord until the brake cable comes through the bottom of the frame.






 

  • Attach the handle bar housing back onto the frame.  The largest of the three screws goes into the center hole.






 

  • Slide the brake handle on to the handle housing.  As the brake is slide forward pull on the brake cable coming out of the lower frame. Screw the brake handle in place.






 

  • Slide the hand grip on to the handle bar.






 

  • Slide the brake cable thought the two lower cable guides.






 

  • Slide the brake cable through the cable adjuster and spring.






 

  • Slide the cable fastener on to the cable until the brake blade is about 1/8” from the wheel.






 

  • Tighten the cable fastener.






 

  • Push any excess brake cable in to the hole in the lower frame.







 

  • Use the cable adjuster to make any needed adjustments to the brake.  If the brake can not be adjusted to engage the wheel, loosen the cable faster and reposition as needed.









Method 2

 

  • Remove the crimp fitting at the end of the brake cable.






 

  • Loosen the cable fastener with a 4mm Allen wrench and remove.










 

  • Remove the brake cable from the cable adjuster and spring.






 

  • Remove the cable from the cable guides.






 

  • Grasp the handgrip and twist back and forth to remove.






 

  • Remove the screw holding the brake handle onto the handle bar using a Phillips screw driver. Remove the brake handle.






 

  • Remove the three screws holding the handle bar housing to the handle bar frame using a Phillips screw driver. Separate the two half’s of the brake handle to remove them from the hand bar.






 

  • Pull up on the cable and guide it through the hole in the lower frame. Continue pulling until it is out of the frame.







 

  • Push the new brake cable down until the brake cable can be seen in the cable hole in the bottom of the frame.





 

  • Using a long needle nose pliers grasp the brake cable through the cable hole and pull the cable out of the frame.






 

  • Attach the handle bar housing back onto the frame.  The largest of the three screws goes into the center hole.






 

  • Slide the brake handle on to the handle housing.  As the brake is slide forward pull on the brake cable coming out of the lower frame. Screw the brake handle in place.






 

  • Slide the hand grip on to the handle bar.





 

  • Slide the brake cable thought the two lower cable guides.







 

  • Slide the brake cable through the cable adjuster and spring.






 

  • Slide the cable fastener on to the cable until the brake blade is about 1/8” from the wheel.








 

  • Tighten the cable fastener.





 

  • Push any excess brake cable in to the hole in the lower frame.







 

  • Use the cable adjuster to make any needed adjustments to the brake.  If the brake can not be adjusted to engage the wheel, loosen the cable faster and reposition as needed.




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M
M.G.
Catch me if you can

Ball bearings saved my Euro Walker. Ty

H
H.D.
Nitro Parts

Product as ordered. Quick and no hassle
shipping within a reasonable time. Great company to do business with.
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J
J.D.
Drive Nitro

Prompt shipment and the brake cable assembly was fairly easy to install.

L
L.A.
Awesome service!

Needed replacement wheel. Called and got human being right away. Explained what happened; got help and was even ask for detail that reduced price further which offset express shipping. Had the part next day. Called again and got help with installation. Thank you!

P
P.
I Needed help, and it was given.

When I got the parts and looked at the old wheel I thought I had the wrong parts. I called for support but it went to voicemail so I sent an email. To my surprise I received a call from tech support and we discussed my issue and the solution was made clear(I did have the right parts). I was able to get the rollator working again in no time.
I am very pleased with the service I received and I will definitely use Advanced Healthmart again.

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