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    Carseat Crazy wnkw's Avatar
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    Britax comfort pads

    The comfort /shoulder pads on dd2's blvd seem to big and bulky. They are a pain to keep the Velcro away from her neck once the harness is tightened. Can I remove them (rf)? Or use the smaller ones from her chaperone? She still doesn't have much of a neck (just barely 8 months), so they kinda annoy her.

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    Carseat Crazy nataliem257's Avatar
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    I called britax to ask that question and they sent me new pads that matched my convertible covers that are the kind like on the frontier 85, for free. SO much better.

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    Admin - CPST Instructor Kecia's Avatar
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    Re: Britax comfort pads

    The comfort pads are completely optional so feel free to remove them if they're bothering her or getting in the way. Even the HUGS pads are optional for rear-facing but they must be used when forward-facing.

    Me & the kids at Dorel

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