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Old 09-16-2009, 04:08 PM
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Shoulder belt for center?

Hi guys, I've got a 2003 regular cab F250. I'd like to get a kit to install a shoulder belt in the center position. Does anyone know who makes a kit, or any other solution? It's so my 4 year old can sit in his booster seat, which is not recommended for use with a lap belt. Apparently, lap belts aren't recommmended for anybody anymore.

Who has some insight to my problem? Anyone carry kids in a regular cab truck?
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