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    CPS Technician christineka's Avatar
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    Chase- is chest clip replaceable?

    I have someone with a 3 yo 33 pound child in a chase. The chest clip is broken, but the seat is not expired. If she gets a "new" seat it will be a booster. (Dorel voyager I think is what the other cpst sold this lady for her 5 yo.) Can the chest clip be removed and replaced on the chase?
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    Re: Chase- is chest clip replaceable?

    Not 100% sure but could you get the chest clip off and just use the seat without it if you can't replace it?

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    Re: Chase- is chest clip replaceable?

    I'm not sure but I think it is removable. I have one that is expired (just expired in Dec) from my nephew that I just put up in the attic yesterday to wait for the BRU trade in event. I can get it down on Monday and check if you would like.
    Would using the buckle off of an expired seat be a bad thing? If not I could send it to you. It was used a few years ago for ds2 for about 6 months and then sat in my closet until last summer when I gave the seat to my BIL for my nephew until he was booster ready.

    Stephanie, mom to Austin 17 yrs, 135 lbs, 67 in, seat belt
    Tyler 12 yrs, 95 llbs, 60 in, seat belt

    Dominick 8.5 yrs, 52 lbs, 50 in, in a Performance Booster, Amp and HiRise
    And Emily, 8-9-14, 2.5 yrs 30 lbs, 35 in, ERF in a CA65, Grow & Go and MA70

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