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    Been Around the Block Bierpower's Avatar
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    Here's what we've been using for the past 9 months.
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    The base stays in the car and it's one big button to release it
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    Not too bad to pull apart after a diaper explosion and all of the adjustments are super simple.
    Only complaint would be that it is on the heavy side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zimm View Post
    Nice input
    I've got two of them. Just trying to save him some grief. 😂🤣😂

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    Like everyone is saying, detachable base is the way to go. We had the snugride snuglock. And now I have switched to the Graco 4ever for forward facing now that my daughter is of that age.


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    Hear ya go! Call Sears for this option.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    Hear ya go! Call Sears for this option.


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    When I was a kid, I would put pillows in the floorboards of our Cherokee. Great way to take a nap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGrendel View Post
    When I was a kid, I would put pillows in the floorboards of our Cherokee. Great way to take a nap.
    Lol. Used to crawl all over the back of our station wagon. Rode in the back of my pop's pickup too.

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    I remember riding in the back of a station wagon.... not wearing seat belts... making faces at all the other cars.... the good ole days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    I remember riding in the back of a station wagon.... not wearing seat belts... making faces at all the other cars.... the good ole days.

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    Same here. I would get so car sick riding backwards...haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    I remember riding in the back of a station wagon.... not wearing seat belts... making faces at all the other cars.... the good ole days.

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    ☝️so true!! Parents smoked cigs like trains back then! Cracked the window on the ol’ station wagon and thought that was good enough to get fresh air in the back. Opened the back gate, it was like Cheech and Chong just showed up and Grannies house🤣


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    I've been running the Recaro seats for my daughter. They were readily available when I was stationed in Germany. The only downside I had with the current one I have is that is large and my little one is only 2 but the size of some 4 year olds. The seat recline kit also makes it a much more comfortable ride when they are forward facing and a little bit easier to strap them in

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