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Is the front seat height restriction lifted on Splash?

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  • [Question] Is the front seat height restriction lifted on Splash?

    I could have sworn I've seen a pic or two in more recent TR's with kids under 60" in the front seat. Has it changed?


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    Re: Is the front seat height restriction lifted on Splash?

    Yes, the last time we went I asked about it because our girls always like the front. The response was yes it was lifted since they put some padding in the front.
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      Re: Is the front seat height restriction lifted on Splash?

      Originally posted by DLandFansAZ View Post
      Yes, the last time we went I asked about it because our girls always like the front. The response was yes it was lifted since they put some padding in the front.
      Thanks!


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