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Username Post: 58 seat belts        (Topic#365495)
agius 
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06-11-21 08:52 PM - Post#2821503    

Has any one installed seat belts on a 4 door . The front seat doesn't tip forward so I am not sure how to get the middle belt through the top and bottom seat . The outer one can mount on the outside with no issues .Any ideas out there ? Thanks Rick




 


schudaddie 
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06-12-21 05:25 AM - Post#2821513    
    In response to agius

you might want to look around here for ideas...
https://www.julianos.com/Articles.asp?ID=275
https://www.julianos.com/Articles.asp?ID=242
the second link is for the wrong brand but it'll gave you the ideas on how to do these mountings.
later, bill



 
agius 
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06-12-21 06:48 AM - Post#2821518    
    In response to agius

Thankyou for the site info . I will see if they have info on a fixed no tilt front seat application .



 
JayChicago 
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06-12-21 07:26 AM - Post#2821520    
    In response to agius

Yeah, this is a problem. The upholstery fabric on the back of these bench seats stretches past the crack between the seat back/seat bottom. No way to get access to that crack to get the seat belt through. I think you would have to remove the hog rings holding the fabric at the bottom, and curl the fabric back to gain access. Probably a simple job for an upholstery pro, but not easy for the rest of us.



 
agius 
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06-12-21 06:16 PM - Post#2821538    
    In response to JayChicago

Thanks Jay , exactly what I was thinking . I have a new interior kit going in and will have the upholsterer create some room to allow the seat belts to slide through .Cheers Rick



 


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