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    Husky in '01 Honda Civic Pics

    DREAMY installs! No tricks, they went in fast & easy, rock-solid.

    Husky, SBP + recline bar, center:


    Recline bar angle:


    View of beltpath - latchplate is resting at edge of beltpath but does not interfere with install:


    Outboard, SBP + recline bar:


    From the front - plenty of room to see out the back window!
    Debbie, CPST-I
    driving my '07 Mazda5 with
    Thomas (18) * Sam (17) * Patrick (15) * Macha (13)
    Safely secured with seat belts - everyone, every ride!

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    Re: Husky in '01 Honda Civic Pics

    Thanks for posting this Debbie! Probably not rooom for 3 acrss wit hthe Husky. What do you think?
    Lisa - CPSTI
    Mom to Tucker, 5 years old, 29.2 lbs, 39.25 inches tall who has a variety of different carseats to ride in.
    My new grandson is my signature photo

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    Re: Husky in '01 Honda Civic Pics

    Quote Originally Posted by azgirl71 View Post
    Thanks for posting this Debbie! Probably not rooom for 3 acrss wit hthe Husky. What do you think?
    There's a remote possibility you could get Radians in there. We were running out of time at this point, but I do remember looking at the adjacent seating positions and "eyeing" them. We might have got the Radian in there, but nothing else.
    Debbie, CPST-I
    driving my '07 Mazda5 with
    Thomas (18) * Sam (17) * Patrick (15) * Macha (13)
    Safely secured with seat belts - everyone, every ride!

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    Re: Husky in '01 Honda Civic Pics

    That is kind of what I was figuring. Thanks again!
    Lisa - CPSTI
    Mom to Tucker, 5 years old, 29.2 lbs, 39.25 inches tall who has a variety of different carseats to ride in.
    My new grandson is my signature photo

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