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Middle row middle spot shoulder belt - have you seen one?

I'm wondering if there was ever a middle seat, center spot shoulder belt bench for the X? Mine has a lap belt, I'd purchase a new center seat from a wrecker to get a should belt in the middle position. Anyone?


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Just curious why are you needing a center shoulder belt ?

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Just curious why are you needing a center shoulder belt ?

#1 they're safer than lap belts
#2 child restraint systems require them


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yours should have the "hook" system for the child restraints and not be needed

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yours should have the "hook" system for the child restraints and not be needed
Booster seat not baby seat. Trust me I need it.


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i don't know how that would work since they don't go through the headest

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Booster seats are like jump seats, they lift the not so little anymore's butts off the seat pan so that the shoulder belts fit over their shoulders properly, they utilize 3 way harnesses.


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i know how the seat works I am saying the seat belt i dont know how that will work

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