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    Question So what's the deal with the SBP Regent thing?

    Why is it suddenly better? Is it really safer to have an acceptable install SBP over a rock solid LBP? I don't get it. I haven't had the chance to reinstall it, I hope it's still tight. Anyone install it that way in an 03 Sienna?

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    Re: So what's the deal with the SBP Regent thing?

    Bear with me, I'm waking up. My daughter is 46 pounds, so I have to switch it to SBP.

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    Admin - CPS Technician joolsplus3's Avatar
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    Re: So what's the deal with the SBP Regent thing?

    There must be *something* to it... after all, the Husky was recalled to disallow the long belt path with the lapbelt years ago, and we all complained about THAT at the time... Good luck (you DO Need to use the recline bar, too).
    Julie
    CPST since 2003, pu"R"ple since 2008, three kids growing too fast since 1997, 1999 and 2006

    Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good

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    Re: So what's the deal with the SBP Regent thing?

    Well, I got it in. SBP with recline bar and top tether. It's not as good as with the LBP, but almost. I guess I won't complain too much.

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    Re: So what's the deal with the SBP Regent thing?

    Something about the sides collapsing with the LBP with heavier kids???
    I read that in a similar thread.
    Jessica, mama to Jordyn (8) in a backless

    and Madisyn & Kingston (2 yrs) in Britax

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    Re: So what's the deal with the SBP Regent thing?

    This may answer some of your questions

    http://www.britaxusa.net/support/doc...ConsAdv_QA.pdf

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