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#1 of 3 Old 06-02-2011, 05:42 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi I've got a radian in the back of my 2005 matrix. It's got the passenger seat majorly forwardly uncomfortable because I can't seem to get the radian to do any less reclining. This seat is for my three year old and I think she's more reclined than my baby in my britax on the other side! Is is possible to install the radian without the foot piece thing and use towels instead to get it to a 30 degree angle? I'm guessing not... but man that seat isn't fun and I'm only 5'3"

 

Leaning on it I can't get it any less reclined when installing it. I've tried.


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No towels, you must use the boot.  

 

This might help: 

 

http://www.car-seat.org/showthread.php?t=32350&highlight=radian+upright

 

 

Also, if your car allows it, the radian allows bracing, which might help with the seat position just a little. 

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I'll try the reinstall again, I'm pretty sure my airbags in the car don't allow for bracing though. Thanks


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