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I am trying to get the back off a graco nautilus so it can be backless booster..can't get back off.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: how do you make the britax monarch a backless booster?

While holding onto the base, push the backrest all the way backward. This will take some force. Once the backrest is flat, you can slide the axel off. Note that it only slides off one way - toward the open end.

Posted on Feb 14, 2010

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SOURCE: Eddie Bauer Adjustable Booster ( Backless ? )

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Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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SOURCE: I want to remove the headrest on the graco nautilus

Hi,

You've gotta step by step guide with pics :

http://www.car-seat.org/showthread.php?p=307531

Thanks,

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Graco nautilus 3 in 1 car seat need help with strap installation

Yes! PLEASE someone help with this problem! I took the seat apart over a year ago because my daughter hit 65 pounds and I had to remove the harness. Well, now I need to use the 5 pt again for a friend's daughter and I cannot for the life of me figure out how to get it back together! Are there supposed to be TWO very looooong straps for the harness? I can only find one, and when I put it together the way I *think* it is supposed to go, the strap is tooooo long. I know you have to flip the back of the seat down to get at the spot where the harness straps are supposed to attach on the sides of the seat but I don't know how they're supposed to go exactly. I can't find ANYTHING about how to put this part of this seat back together!

Posted on Sep 06, 2011

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How do you attach the buckles to the straps on the 3 in 1 nautilus cars eat


You can check out Graco's user manual:

http://babycare.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/graco/3in_1_car.html?idRes=12934527
or their instructional videos on how to install a Nautilus 3-in-1 car seat here. Just make sure you are watching the right video for
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cQtaOPj_IY&list=PL9EAB6BF70A88A694&index=7

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMKDDQ9fs64&list=PL9EAB6BF70A88A694&index=8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpPIqYgan7E&list=PL9EAB6BF70A88A694&index=15

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Graco nautilus manual


Check the bellow link to Graco Child Restraint/Booster Seat Owner's Manual for Graco NAUTILUS Child or try directly in the Gracobaby ProductInstructionManuals

I hope help with this; remember to rate this answer.

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I want to convert the car seat to the booster seat


on the back of the car seat you will find a clip that looks like a sideways H. One side of the clip cannot be undone, but the otherside does undo, what you do is indo it and the straps come right out andmake sure to make note of how they come undone so you know for future references. as well as the **** clip, turn the seat upside down and the bracket that is attached to it fits through the slot. And just like that it is into a booster seat...

Aug 18, 2009 | Graco Nautilus 3-in 1 Car Seat

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How do I convert the car seat to a booster seat. My son is too big for the 5 point harness


The Seat NOW is SIMPLY a BOOSTER, And Thus 5 Point Can Be Removed, and The VEHICLE SEAT BELT Can Now Be Used.

Aug 18, 2009 | Graco Nautilus 3-in 1 Car Seat

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Minimum Child weight for booster


Most seat-belt positioning boosters require the child to be at least 30 pounds. Many states say 4 years old and 40 pounds is the minimum.

Maturity is by far the most important thing, though. The child isn't ready to be in a seat-belt only booster until he can be trusted to sit up with his back straight and his bottom back ALL the time - if he moves around, the seat belt will not stay in a proper, safe place.

A seat with a 5 point harness is infinitely safer - in an accident, a child in a seat-belt positioning booster can be thrown forward and around the safety wings of a high back booster or, with a low back booster, be thrown into the sides/seats of the car - both substantially increase the risk of head injury. They can also slip down under the seat belt (called submarining), which can cause major internal injuries.

If you are determined to make the move to a seat-belt positioning seat, though, here's my thoughts on the two we've tried. The Graco Turbobooster is very popular with our friends, is inexpensive, easy to use, etc. Personally, we prefer the Compass B-510. It is more expensive, but it seems a LOT sturdier and has a bigger, nicer headrest/side wings with EPS foam for side-impact protection. The arm rests also flip up, to make it easier for the kid to get in and out and to do the seat belt. It comes in lots of great patterns, too...my oldest son adored his camo print booster and rode in it with no fuss until after he turned 9. He says it is WAY more cushioned and comfortable than the turboboosters.

If I can talk you into staying in a harnessed seat =) .... Most of the less expensive 5 point boosters only harness to 40 pounds, but Graco recently put out the Nautilus, which harnesses to 65 pounds and then converts to a belt positioning booster, so you can get years of use out of it. It's considerably less expensive than most of the other higher harness weight seats (i.e. Britax Regent, Sunshine Kids Radian) - we actually own all three of those varieties, and I like the Nautilus just as much as the Regent and MORE than the Radian.
Another less expensive higher harness weight seat is the Apex 65, but it requires the seat of the CAR to be at least as tall as the child's ears...when the child's ears reach the car's seat back, it's outgrown, because it's headrest isn't reinforced like the others are. Unless you have really tall seat backs, it won't last you nearly as long as the others. It also is supposed to turn into a belt-positioning booster, but I've heard from numerous people that it's really no good as a belt positioning only seat.

Dec 03, 2008 | Baby Gear

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How do you make the britax monarch a backless booster?


While holding onto the base, push the backrest all the way backward. This will take some force. Once the backrest is flat, you can slide the axel off. Note that it only slides off one way - toward the open end.

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