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Old 12-22-2012, 09:52 AM   #16
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Another thing to try (I don't think I saw this mentioned) is to make sure the front seat backs are upright (as close to the first position that clicks in as you can stand). Most people tend to incline their seats a fair amount, but more upright is safer (I think) and will give a lot more leg room in front of a RFing car seat.

Th angle adjuster will almost certainly help with the front-to-back room, but might make the issue with tightening the harness worse.
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