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    Quick Frontier Question

    Today in tech class one of the teachers mentioned that the Frontier has a long belt path. I piped up and said, "Doesn't the Frontier have both a long and a short belt path?" and she said, "No, just the one." And, well, it was embarrassing. But I just searched the forum and it looks like I was right. I want to bring it up on Monday but I haven't actually gotten to play with it myself yet, so I just wanted you guys to confirm it before I look like a jerk. So how many belt paths on the Frontier, for sure?

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    Re: Quick Frontier Question

    uh, two.
    It has the "short" or regular belt path, like all seats have.
    It also has the option to use a long" or "reverse" belt path, which routes the belt over the tops of the sides, rather than through the back.

    Alex, 8 Katie, 12 and Annabelle Jan 2017

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    Re: Quick Frontier Question

    Yeah there are 2, if the Frontier didn't have the SBP, it wouldn't fit into my suburban....the LBP, my seatbelt is too short for it.

    Madeline - 10/2005
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    Re: Quick Frontier Question

    The Frontier and Regent both have two belt paths, the long one and the short one. The manuals are online on Britax's web site. When you go to class next, take the instructor aside, and tell them that you read the manual online and that there are two belt paths.
    Melissa, CPST and Mom to three

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    Re: Quick Frontier Question

    I thought so! Thanks guys.

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    Re: Quick Frontier Question

    You also bring a copy of the manual.

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