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    Carseat Crazy
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    Apr 2008

    2004 Civic SI and RF Radian

    is it possible? in what position?

    Would it then be possible for 2 passengers to sit in the back with a Radian?

    Since the price of gas seems to be staying high, we are trying to utilize the Civic more than our SUV for longer trips. Right now we have a Safe Seat o/b pssg side and we can fit one passenger in teh back, in the middle, it was very uncomfortable for a passage either side, both with seat belts.

    What is the height for rfing in the Radian?

    We plan on keeping her rfing until she hits the limits.

    We need to buy a new seat in teh next month or so. We were getting the Marathon but the 3 across thread got me thinking that maybe for space wise, this might be better for this car.

    We are in Ontario

    DD is 11 months old, 25lbs and about 30 inches.

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    Re: 2004 Civic SI and RF Radian

    Hi - You posted in two separate threads, so maybe the mods can merge them.

    I am linking you to an earlier thread discussing three across possibilities in a 2004 Civic. I know you only need one across now, and potentially two across, in the future.

    Bestjob-mommy has the last post in the thread, and has some RF photos.

    I've never heard of a child outgrowing a RF Radian by height. Your RF limit will be a weight issue. Your seat will have a sticker with the weight limit (I am in the US and ours are either 33 or 35 depending on the DOM).

    If your older DC (and friends) are smaller than seats mentioned in the 3-across thread, they will fit. Not saying they'll be comfy for a long trip though.

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