I have noticed recently when attempting to turn my carseats ff in the back of 2 different extended cab trucks that they don't seem to fit very well in the seat due to the backward slant of the seat cushion. When it was rf, I was able to use the noodle to help keep everything level...can I use the noodle to help bridge the gap between the back of the seat and the back of the ff carseat bottom? Does that make sense?
In order for the seat to fit right, the base sits towards the front of the seat therefore leaving a gap at the back because of the backwards slant of the seat.
Also, is it important that the headrests be removed for ff carseats? They don't seem to come out. There also doesn't appear to be teathers in extended cap trucks, even the brand new ones.
Thanks for your feedback.