Foonf + 2000 Chevy Suburban


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Judging from past experience with a wide variety of car seats in that 3rd row, I think since it installed SO solidly and SO easily FF in the outboard position it would probably work fine in the center position as well. The outboard positions have 1/2 of a FOTB belt, and although the center position is harder with both sides of the belt FOTB, I generally find that seats which are hard to install in the middle (which are most seats) are also hard to install outboard... just not quite as hard.

I think some model years have a TT for the center position so maybe we should have tried it anyway. Oh well.

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