Safety 1st grow n go RF install

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How do I get a proper RF install in my 2000 Ford Explorer without the seats tipping inwards? Is there any tricks? I do not have latch anchors so I have to install with the vehicle seatbelt. When I tighten the seat, the belt pulls up on the seat and tips the seat towards the center of the vehicle. I can get a nice and tight install but not without the tipping issue.
 

ketchupqueen

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Hi, are you making sure to pull from inside the belt path and not lock the seatbelt detractors by pulling it all the way out until after you have the seat tight?
 

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