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    Angle adjuster direction

    I have a radian 120 rf in the center seat of my 2012 Prius, seatbelt installed with angle adjuster. On occasion I need to put my niece's infant seat in also, but the width of the angle adjuster is in the way. Is there any reason I can't turn the angle adjuster 90*? It very clearly has arrows showing it should be used with the long side parallel to the vehicle seat, but it is still wide enough to support the radian if turned long ways. I would appreciate any information or insight you all have. Thanks!

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    I'm not sure about turning it long ways but it doesn't have to be pefecrly centered. You could scoot it over a bit.

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