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    Has anyone put a TWE in a T&C/GC?

    Specifically 3rd row outboard. Does it work?

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    Re: Has anyone put a TWE in a T&C/GC?

    Or alternatively, a RF Radian using lower anchors?

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    Re: Has anyone put a TWE in a T&C/GC?

    For those playing along at home: it works great. I'll get pictures later today.

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    Re: Has anyone put a TWE in a T&C/GC?



    I had to use the short belt path (seat belt literally isn't long enough to let it brace against the captain's chair with the long belt path, at least with the upright install) but there's no side overhang, and the install is solid. If I had to get 5 into a T&C/Caravan, depending on ages/weights, it might be my first choice.

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