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    Combination Seat - Recaro Young Sport

    Recaro Young Sport

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    Instruction Manual

    Stated Limits:
    Harness Weight Range: 20-40 lbs.
    Booster Weight Range: 30-80 lbs.
    Harness Height Range: 27-40 in.
    Booster Height Range: 37-59 in.
    Harness Age Range: at least 1 year old
    Booster Age Range: None Stated

    Measurements:

    Lowest Harness Height: 13 in.
    Highest Harness Height: 17 in.
    Shortest Crotch Buckle Position: 7.5 in.
    Longest Crotch Buckle Position: 7.5 in.
    Crotch Buckle Length: 5.5 in.
    Internal Seating Depth: 14.5 in.
    Internal Seating Height: 22-26 in (harnessed) / 30 in. booster
    Internal Bottom Width: 12 in.
    Internal Shoulder Width: 14 in. at widest
    External Seat Width: 18.5 in.
    Lowest Booster Belt Guide Height: <data missing>
    Highest Booster belt Guide Height: 20 in.
    Seat Weight (High-back): <data missing>

    Other Information:
    Lock-offs Provided: Does not have Lock-offs
    LATCH in Booster Mode: Cannot use LATCH
    Expiration Limit: 6 years from mfg. date
    Seat Modes: Harness/ High Back Booster

    Comments:
    Must be tethered in booster mode if tethers are available.
    When utilizing the harness, only utilize headrest restraint positions 1, 2, or 3. When using the seat as a booster, any headrest restraint position (1-5) may be used.
    Last edited by MomToEliEm; 08-23-2013 at 02:41 PM.
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