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Old 06-15-2007, 04:23 PM   #31
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Please make sure that each seat is independently secure: we're often fooled when seats are simply pressed up against each other (if you remove the Apex, it's highly likely that the Roundabout will not meet the less than 1" movement at the beltpath rule)
I know that my seats are independently secure... The Roundabout is put in first and it doesn't move or budge at all...

What should I be looking for to make sure that the seats are secure? Neither of them moves at all and I can get in between both seats to adjust them...

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Old 06-15-2007, 04:26 PM   #32
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i swear i saw a 5pt harness in the carseat thread that attached through the latch system and you just had to use a backless booster with it.. does anyone know/remember what they are? it might be a good option, but yah i cant find it
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found it! its a: Kid-Y Safety Seat... where to buy them, idk.. but i like the idea as my dd is nearing the weight limit of her seat...
It was me We got Caedmon's seat at http://www.safetyangel.com/

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I know that my seats are independently secure... The Roundabout is put in first and it doesn't move or budge at all...

What should I be looking for to make sure that the seats are secure? Neither of them moves at all and I can get in between both seats to adjust them...
Whichever seat you install 1st, remove it once the other seat is installed -- also be aware that Britax seats tend to sink down into the split after a while.... The Apex might be preventing that, but when I really wanted my Husky next to my Boulevard I sought help from other local techs & we just could not get it done properly. If you haven't yet, I do suggest seeking out your local techs to make sure yours are done correctly -- it may be a matter of my not trying the seats facing the same direction as you, but I would really be shocked if they're in there correctly (& if they are you should totally get your certification to help other parents! )
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