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Old 11-02-2014, 10:42 PM   #11
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In my previous class C I had seat belts put in on the rear facing dinette. Most dealerships will not mess with seat belts at all, liability reasons. I did it so that my son who was in a rear facing seat, could sit across from my niece. It was a great set up, but in TX kids can only sit in rear facing seats until they are 35 lbs or 2 years old.

If you fold the table down, you can put a rear facing and forward facing seat on both sides. The kids can still see each other.

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Awwww, so cute! Great set up for your precious cargo!
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