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Old September 1st, 2013, 10:58 AM
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Middle front seat (wide) with seat belt/brackets

Looking to add a seat for the little ones.

Prefer vinyl...not cloth.

Thanks!
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Old September 1st, 2013, 11:18 AM
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Chris, I have a middle seat bottom and back. Do you also need the seat bracket/base? That I don't have unfortunately. You can see pics in my for sale post under cash for kili.

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Old September 1st, 2013, 11:25 AM
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I have a middle seat in torn, poor condition black vinyl. It is with the base/bracket but no seat belts.

I am deployed so I need my wife to take photos -- but its in a box ready to go so its yours for $10 + shipping. -Dave
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Old September 1st, 2013, 11:44 AM
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Chris, I'm faced with the same predicament with #3 arriving about 9 months after my D90 rolled off the car carrier. Thought about a front center seat but IMO, there is not enough width for a rear or front facing carseat. I'm interested in checking out Trevor's Disco rear bench install.
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Old September 1st, 2013, 11:52 AM
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Chris, I'm faced with the same predicament with #3 arriving about 9 months after my D90 rolled off the car carrier. Thought about a front center seat but IMO, there is not enough width for a rear or front facing carseat. I'm interested in checking out Trevor's Disco rear bench install.
It's a short-term inexpensive fix. Plus, I like the idea that the kids can all have a chance to get involved with shifting. I figure a booster seat will work just fine for this configuration.
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Guys there is room for a center seat But remember there are two sizes of center seats. Get the narrower of the two. I had to relocate my front seat over about .75 of an inch and cut I think an inch or 2 off the shifter but the in cant seat fits fine. I ran a car around the inside tub support with eyelets on each end if you want to use the tethers on the car seat. Since this is a hot topic with some of us having multiple kids, I will post up some pics
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Old September 1st, 2013, 06:09 PM
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Chris, I have a middle seat bottom and back. Do you also need the seat bracket/base? That I don't have unfortunately. You can see pics in my for sale post under cash for kili.

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Old September 1st, 2013, 06:16 PM
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Guys there is room for a center seat But remember there are two sizes of center seats. Get the narrower of the two. I had to relocate my front seat over about .75 of an inch and cut I think an inch or 2 off the shifter but the in cant seat fits fine. I ran a car around the inside tub support with eyelets on each end if you want to use the tethers on the car seat. Since this is a hot topic with some of us having multiple kids, I will post up some pics

Thanks for the heads up Clay. Yes, additional insight would be great. Also would like to know why there are two different widths.
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Chris pm me your email address. I have everything you need. I will send pics.
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Email sent (finally, sorry for the delay, work was calling).
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seats

Get the narrow one the chico seat base fits fine.
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