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    CPS Technician Lemonade's Avatar
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    Casually ISO FR85

    DS is almost too tall for the FR80 in DH's car. A booster is too difficult to buckle. DH is supposed to be getting a new car in the next 6-8 months but until that happens....

    PM me if you have anything and let me know DOM and price. I'm in Philly for shipping.
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    DD 6/08 {56# and 51.5"} in an Incognito

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    Re: Casually ISO FR85

    Have you considered a SureRide?
    CPST and Mom to Emma, 15, Bridget, 13, Maggie, 11, Katie Sue, 6, Jimmy, born May 2019,
    and Becky, waiting for us as part of our eternal family.
    Our '02 Odyssey, car seats, and seatbelts saved our lives. Now riding in a '13 Odyssey!

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    Re: Casually ISO FR85

    Quote Originally Posted by ketchupqueen View Post
    Have you considered a SureRide?

    Hmm. I hadn't. It would give more shoulder room but the seating depth is 2+" less and I think that would maybe get uncomfortable. I'll pay attention to exactly where his legs are next time and see if that would be a possibility.
    CPST and Mom to:
    DS 12/05 {60# and 55.5"}
    DD 6/08 {56# and 51.5"} in an Incognito

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    Realized I had ONE more click left on the harness. Hopefully that keeps us until fall or whenever DH replaces his forester.
    CPST and Mom to:
    DS 12/05 {60# and 55.5"}
    DD 6/08 {56# and 51.5"} in an Incognito

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