MOBILITY SCOOTER CHASSIS

The mobility scooter chassis is NOT included in the kits, so the customer needs to source and purchase their own scooter.

The mobility scooter we recommend has been manufactured for many years and can normally be purchased second hand for between £150 and £300 from eBay, Gumtree, local papers, local dealers etc.

The following information will help you to identify and purchase the correct scooter, but if you need any further advice or assistance, please contact us and we will help you find a suitable scooter.

All our kits are designed to fit onto the chassis of a Shoprider Sovereign 4 Mobility Scooter, which should carry the model number S888NR or TE888NR (this number can usually be found on a silver sticker on the rear of the scooter chassis). This model has 10 inch wheels (measured over the tyres).

Shoprider Sovereign 4 (also known as TE888NR or S888NR)
The model number should be on a silver sticker on the back of the chassis.
The scooter chassis should look like this – it has 10inch wheels measured over tyre – size 10×3 or 260/85 or 3.00-4
(Newer style- black motor and gearbox – yellow disengage lever on nearside)

Older models may have a slightly different gearbox, transaxle and drive disengage lever (silver gearbox, red lever), but connectors etc. are the same on new and older models, so our kits should fit both versions.

(Older style – Silver gearbox – red disengage lever on offside)

When buying a mobility scooter, give it a good test run to check that everything works properly, including the front light (as we use that circuit for our sound units and other electric accessories). Also check that it comes with a charger, a key and good batteries – You wouldn’t want to build your new Sentinel or AEC Matador kit onto a chassis that doesn’t work!

(It is important that you purchase the 888 models with 10″ wheels – do not confuse it with the very similar looking 889 models which have 12 inch wheels (measured over the tyre) as they have almost identical body work, but have a longer chassis of a very different, non-compatible design).

We do not recommend using other makes or models of mobility scooter chassis, as the new steel body is designed to bolt into existing holes on the Shoprider chassis. The electrical connectors supplied with our electronic modules and components are also compatible and plug straight into the existing connectors on Shoprider chassis with full step-by-step instructions, so there are no complex wiring diagrams to understand and no cutting wires or soldering is required.

The new body kit bolts into existing holes on the scooter chassis
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