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    3rd row T & C

    Hello, I am wondering what any of you have successfully installed in the 3rd row Town and Country...right now its not a real issue because both kids are RF in 2nd row captains chairs and they RF very nicely in the 3rd row however I am worried when it comes to possibly having one child FF in the 3rd row...what have all of you successfully installed in the 3rd row...TIA

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    Rhett 2008-37.5 in 29 lbs ERF in True Fit
    Madyn 2009-28 in and 18 lbs RF in OnSide Air

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    Re: 3rd row T & C

    I have successfully installed a Nautilus and a FF Radian in the third row. My T&C is an 05.
    J, 7 yrs, 41 lbs, Evenflo Big Kid, Recaro Prosport, Turbo SS
    A, 5 yrs, 31 lbs, RF TFP/Princess Radian, and FF SecureKid/Maestro
    M, >1yr, RF TFP/Radian

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    Re: 3rd row T & C

    I have had a Coccoro rfing, and a True Fit, Boulevard, Roundabout 50, Marathon, and Evenflo Triumph Advance all ffing (not at the same time!). I can easily get both seats outboard and then reach over the captain's chair to buckle them up.
    DD1: 11.0, 59 lbs and 53 in, TB, Harmony Literider
    DS: 7.1 44 lbs and 47 in, Vivo, HBTB
    DD2: 3.5, 28 lbs and 37 in, rfing RA50

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    Re: 3rd row T & C

    What year?

    Third row installs were remarkably easier in the pre-2008 models.

    I've had both - the old body style ('05/'06) and the resdesigned ('09).
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    Keep (11 yrs old, 57", 80 lbs), in an Olli, Ozzi & BB
    Sass (10 yrs old, 54", 76 lbs), in Santa Fe, Monterey & Olli
    Zilla (4 yrs old, 38", 36 lbs), FF in a PS, RXT & FR85
    Rollin' in a 2014 Ody, 2012 F-150 SuperCrew & Luigi, a peppy little 2012 Fiat 500

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    Re: 3rd row T & C

    I guess I should have said that its a 2010 and thats why I was wondering because I have heard that its harder to get seats installed in the 3rd row ff....I am just hoping that maybe a nauti or our tf will go back there ff nicely...they all fit amazingly rf its just ff im worried about

    Casey CPST mommy to
    Rhett 2008-37.5 in 29 lbs ERF in True Fit
    Madyn 2009-28 in and 18 lbs RF in OnSide Air

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