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I have a 3 in 1 car seat and i had taken it all apart so i could make it into a booster for my oldest son well now i have no idea how to put it back together?

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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.
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