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The dreaded 2 door seat belt hoop

Interior and Electrical

  1. Bruceynz

    Bruceynz Well-Known Member

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    Hi Guys,

    For those who are interested Mr Volare Imperial and I came up with an ingenious way to get rid of them, I had some old seat belt webbing, I made it into a loop and connected under the head rests. Its works very nicely and slides smoothly. It lowers the belt to go across your shoulder rather than cut into your neck, its an easy mod and looks nicer I think.

    Many thanks Mr Volare Imperial, your one clever thinker!!! I would like to thank Mr V for all his help and advice and skype video calls helping me transform the interior!

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    yucky and faded!

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    Belt locked into place.
     
    Last edited: Dec 25, 2017
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  2. Gator

    Gator Well-Known Member

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    That's awesome.those seat belts do lay on your neck don't they.great idea
     
  3. Mr Volare Imperial

    Mr Volare Imperial Well-Known Member

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    Bruce seems to have developed a knack for hammering out my out-of-the-box ideas so they'll actually work.
    Looking better than when it left the factory, Bruce!
     
  4. Joe12459

    Joe12459 Well-Known Member

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    Great idea! And it looks like it could have come from the factory that way.
     
  5. BudW

    BudW Moderator Staff Member

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    Bruce, can you take a picture of how you attached it to the head rest area, and post please?

    Don’t lose those old parts!
    BudW