Quick radian install question

emars002

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Dos this look OK? Quick radian install question

I just got a radian 80SL in the mail in a desperate attempt to get S in the middle of my 2010 Subaru forester due to car sickness, I had to twist the buckle stalk 2 times but it is rock solid with seat belt, top tether and safe stop - just want to make sure it is OK? - only had a radian once and only installed it with latch in one car about a year ago. It just seemed too easy for this seat and this car, that I am afraid I am missing something?????

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with the TB next to it:

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emars002

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looks good. but I have a question. Is that the female end from the driver side passenger belt? If so is that allowed?

no it is the center one, the one behind it is the one for the drivers side passenger. it is just stuck in the space back there, I didn't pull it out yet as I don't have anyone else to ride there anyways:)
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here is a close up where it says "center". i should have used the big pics in my first post but I forgot to change the settings in PB
 

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