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    True Fit Premier - Does top tether need to be used?

    Hi, I'm moving my True Fit Premier (The First Years) to our second car which is a 1997 Chevy Malibu. Unfortunately, this car doesn't have a top tether anchor. The installation without the tether seems very solid, however, I wanted to check and make sure that this seat could be used without a top...
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    Help! Snag in installing the Radian XRT

    We're in the middle of installing the Radian XRT and we need to move the harness to the top slot for my son. However, the top slot is not open - the slots are covered with a plastic material. Is this a manufacturing defect? Should we just cut out the plastic so that the harness can be threaded...
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    Help please - installing 2 car seats and not sure how to do it.

    Please help. I recently bought a Radian XRT for my forward facing 4 year old and we also have a Chicco Keyfit 30 (with base) for my new baby coming in June (seat was bought 4 years ago when my 1st son was born). I was hoping that the Radian would be thin enough that I could keep my son in the...
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    At what age do children typically reach 57 inches in height?

    I've been researching several combination harness/booster seats and it seems like the high weight ones for harness have a height limit of about 57 inches (like the Diono Radian and the Britax Frontier). At what age do children reach 57 inches and do they typically reach 57 inches before they're...
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    The Diono Radian or the Recaro Prosport?

    My DS is almost 4, 37 lbs and I don't remember how tall he is (he's pretty average in height). He's FF and I need another carseat for our 2008 Pontiac Vibe (I will be moving current carseat into our second car). I had pretty much decided on ordering a Diono (formerly Sunshine Kids) Radian RXT...
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    Which position is safest for my 2 kids in the car?

    I have a 3 year old (will soon be 4 in February) in a forward facing car seat with harness belt. Right now, he's in the center of the rear seat. I am currently pregnant and was wondering what I should do when the baby is born. We have an infant car seat (rear facing, of course), and wasn't sure...

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