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seat belts, plus

TR1948

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Hi
I am still getting my Bronco II on the road. It was sitting for over ten years. It is now in the upholstery shop as the interior was trashed. I want to replace my seat belts but unsure of replacements. I am looking at the ones in LMC Turck parts.

I am also open for any help, suggestions or parts that I should be aware of. So far, I had a shop go through it and fix, replace what ever is needed. I am thinking of installing a headlight warning buzzer (as I never leave my headlights on(ya sure))

Thanks Terry
 


Dustin_89BII

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Hi Terry,

i recently got new front seat belts and some components for the rears from seatbeltplanet.com. They have good color matches and the newer style of the 3-point belts. Can’t say they are better or worse than anything else out there, but after some searching that’s what I chose.

Cheers,
Dustin
 

TR1948

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Thanks Dustin, I will check them out

Terry
 

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If you buy LMC you should be getting NOS, which I prefer in a seat belt. Many people get killed with seat belts that fail, especially the GM orange push button type. Ford has already done the crash test dummies thing to make sure what they have made will not fail under actual use. Not just suppose the latch will not fail or the webbing will not rip when subjected to a 45 MPH head on collision. To upgrade my old 1971 F-100, I put in adjusters and plates from a later model Ford. That being said Bean has been making them for years for other people.
 

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