Booster for 3rd row of Chrysler Town and Country

msbeaters

New member
Okay so I will be watching a friends newborn starting in September so I need to get 4 car seats in my van. We will either need to booster our son who will be almost 5 or get a 2nd top tether retrofitted. Right now I'm weighing my options.

I have 3 children of my own here are their current stats and seats
Landyn, 4, 40lbs and a 17" torso. He is currently in a Frontier 85 in the 3rd row
Lilly, 3, 26lbs and a 12" torso. She is currently rf'ing in a RXT in the 3rd row passenger side. She will be going forward facing before I start babysitting.
Liam, 12 months, 24lbs and a 12" torso. He is currently rf'ing in a Classic Boulevard in the passenger captains chair and will stay rf'ing there.

The baby will be riding in my Chicco Keyfit 30. I do have a Radian 65 also. (not an option for my 4 year old because his torso height combined with the slop of the 3rd row means he's almost outgrown it already.)

Any idea what high back booster will fit in the 3rd row passenger side?
 
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Judi

CPST/Firefighter
Pretty sure the Graco Turbo booster fits back there. I will message someone that has the car.
 

Genevieve

CPST Instructor
I have that car :)

Booster in that 3rd row are a total PITA with the way the seatbelts are designed, but you can make it work. I always have to help my booster rider retract the shoulder belt back after buckling, though at 8 years old, he can buckle himself.

Turbobooster isn't too bad and the older ones with the more open belt guides are even better.
Harmony dreamtime works alright.
The Diono/SK is an absolute nightmare.
ProBooster is better than the Monterey, but not as easy as the Turbo.
I've heard from others that the Kiddy Cruiser Fix works really well with the wonky seatbelts. I haven't played with one personally, but I think I'll buy one soon since I've heard others with this car have had such good luck with it.
 

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