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  1. #1
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    Feb 2016

    Canada Max tethers and anchors but Suburban style not pilot

    I'm looking for a new to me vehicle with Max tether and anchors. I run a licensed Child Care Facility and need to be able to run with 6 5 point harness car seats if possible.

    I.also.need towing capabilities as we use our 16 ft flat deck ATV trailer and it need able to tow it.

    Please help.
    I can't afford new but DO have the capabilities to install extra anchors on those vehicles that are approved for them

    Thank you!
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    Nov 2007
    The newer Suburbans with 2nd and 3rd row bench seats do have tether anchors in all six seating positions, I believe. I don't think previous models had six tether anchors, though. Generally anchors can't be retrofitted in vehicles that already have tether anchors.

    Is the Pilot out because of towing capacity? How much capacity do you need?

    I'm not sure if there are other large SUVs with tether anchors in all rear seat positions.

    Will all six kids be forward-facing? If not, you could theoretically put rear-facing seats in the tetherless positions.



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