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    2006 Ford e350??

    Is the ford e350 2006 model safe and compatible with 3 rear facing and one high backed booster? 8year old in booster. 3, 2, and 6 month old rear facing, so eventually we will have 3 forward facing

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    I should add we have 2 Diono Radian RXT and a Chico next fit rear facing.
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    Re: 2006 Ford e350??

    If you can go with a 2008, it's a much better vehicle. It has stability control, all shoulder belts, and higher seatbacks. It's good for car seats with tether anchors for just about every seat. It's not so great for teen / adults since it doesn't have headrests. I've added headrests to my 15p Chevy Express, and I assume the same process would work for a Ford.

    http://www.car-seat.org/showpost.php...31&postcount=2

    Why are you looking at 12-15p vans? Sorry if that sounds nosy just wondering if maybe a "typical" minivan might work for you since they are generally safer and just nicer all around for driving, parking, loading, etc.. You can see my two vans in my avatar. I'm choosing between the 15p and an old Astro van that burns oil and coolant. I still pick the Astro every time LOL.
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