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I know many people who've had knee reconstruction (I have very active friends!) - all were able to delay knee surgery as long as they could by using semi-custom leg braces that look very much like the upper part of this stilt design. Additionally, the mid/lower portion looks much like ankle braces used by other friends. I was able to get many of these braces from my friends when they stopped using them. I have also seen them at local non-profit stores (although, it may be best to leave these for others with a true need!). Using these, I was able to build similar stilts, bypassing much of the raw build requirements of the structure (aluminum bars, joints, foot beds, sintra parts, etc.) and having adjustable and perfectly aligned knee rotation.

Two words I love lately..."metal epoxy", small tubes available...put it exactly where you want it, wipe away any "strings" while it is still wet and soft like toothpaste, as when it hardens, you will have to file away any unwanted drips. I have successfully repaired welded outdoor furniture, antique stained glass lamps, attached threaded rods to un-threaded ones, and repaired thrift-store silver pieces that were broken...enough to get more "decorative" life out of. Just glue the head of the bolt to the bottom of the shaft. Presto...it glues metal to other things, too; I learned about it from someone who repaired a crack in an engine block of a VW and then drove it to CA without any problems. (User beware!)

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