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    Convertible Car Seat for a Jeep Liberty 2012


    I am looking to purchase a convertible car seat for my 11 month old for my 2012 Jeep Liberty. To give you an idea my Son was 29 in long & 20 lbs 10 ounces at his 9 month check up.

    The Jeep has a small back seat so I want to get a car seat that won't jeopardize the room for the Front Passenger Seat or Driver's seat.

    Thank you in advance for your help with this.

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    Feb 2012
    I have a radian RFing behind the passenger seat of our '08 Liberty. It installs so easily and with the angle adjuster I can sit fairly comfortably in front of it (I'm 5'9").

    DH is 6'9" and can sit in front of nothing. DD was about your sons size at 9 months, maybe a little taller. She has since shot up in percentiles and I'm hoping she makes it to 4 RFing (she turns 3 in a few weeks).

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