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Thread: AA Adjuster

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    CPS Technician ericarizo's Avatar
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    AA Adjuster

    Holy upright install..
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    Did u try ago in it?

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    Re: AA Adjuster

    Looks like a pretty good install to begin with. We were able to measure the angle with the AA inthere?
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    Re: AA Adjuster

    Mine did that too!
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    DS in the XTSL with AA.
    Last edited by ericarizo; 04-14-2012 at 10:53 AM.
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    Re: AA Adjuster

    Mine went from "decently upright install" to so upright my 5yo complained about it and asked to be turned FF. She said it pushed her head forward and something about her knees (I think she didn't like that her knees were so close to her chest.) Moved it back to how it had been pre-AA and she's content to continue RFing.
    Down to just a spare Radian, folded in the hall closet for my Godbaby.

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    Re: AA Adjuster

    Yeah, I ordered one thinking it would be nice in my Jeep where the RN is currently braced on the seat, but with the AA, DD has more legroom in her classic MA.

    I'm keeping it around though, because we're traveling with the RN this summer and I may or may not need it then.

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    Re: AA Adjuster

    I've seen a few vehicles where the parents had an AA that they'd purchased at the same time as the Radian and the seat was upright enough without it that I said for them to not use it. I know I wouldn't use it in my Outlook if I had a rf'ing Radian in there.
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