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Old 11-04-2010, 08:00 PM   #1
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Solved baby seat issue in class 'c'

When I bought class 'c' ford chasis. My biggest concern was how to put the baby seat. Have a 3yr old, I cannot leave my wife and kid sit inside and drive alone. I made up own solution. I have attached some pictures for someone if they need to use the same technqiue. It costed me 100$ but well worth it.

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How did you secure the board to the floor? You need some big bolts so that does not pull out in case of an impact.
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How did you secure the board to the floor? You need some big bolts so that does not pull out in case of an impact.
I made a huge box and wrapped with carpet and the seat frame is bolted to the box. The box is tucked tight and front of the box is secured by straps to driver and passenger set. While in motion I secure the rearend of seat frame secured to the seat belt from couch. It was very safe, we made a trip already
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