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#21 ST56

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Posted 04 December 2020 - 11:55 AM

Hi

 

Belts will be different at all 4 corners along with various colours to suit interiors. Web lengths will differ depending on if reel is mounted down near floor on front seat or up by shoulder at rear seat.

 

Web may be transferable from side to side within mechanisms but have not personally carried out this procedure for about 30years.

 

Ho for the good old days of crawling around cars to obtain those seldom on the shelf items. Plus getting to a freshly scraped vehicle before someone else has trashed it.

 

Peter


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#22 raynkar

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Posted 04 December 2020 - 03:22 PM

Hi

 

Belts will be different at all 4 corners along with various colours to suit interiors. Web lengths will differ depending on if reel is mounted down near floor on front seat or up by shoulder at rear seat.

 

Web may be transferable from side to side within mechanisms but have not personally carried out this procedure for about 30years.

 

Ho for the good old days of crawling around cars to obtain those seldom on the shelf items. Plus getting to a freshly scraped vehicle before someone else has trashed it.

 

Peter

Or, feeling β€˜modern’ after installing inertia reel belts instead of static, or three point instead of lap belt :)


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#23 Rekusu

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Posted 08 January 2021 - 04:09 PM

which belt is it that is frayed?

 

it's fairly simply to unscrew the unit and replace it, you need to move the upper piller trim, the lower piller trim, the belt roll and the bit that bolts into the base of the seat

 

i've done the swap only the other day and have a spare passenger side front belt doing nothing

 

i can get some pics for you tomorrow if you need some pointers

 

What with Covid and Christmas, the frayed seat belt has taken a back set (not literally!)

It is the driver side but my feeling is that I should be able to flip a passenger so that it works on the driver side.

Would go to a breakers as I need a few bits and bobs but they are all closed as obviously, they are really, really virus unsave!

Are you offering your spare?  If so, how much?  If a freebie, I am of course, happy to pay the postage.

Thanks and toodle pip

Rex


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#24 dojj

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Posted 09 January 2021 - 04:25 PM

I'd just fitted my climate seats and hadn't bolted it in d'oh!

mk3 mondeo ghia x estate 2.0 auto with:

362mm 6 pot ap stoppers lurking behind some 8 x 18 comps
tv fitted to facelifted dash + headrest screens for both kids
full st kit + powerfolds w/puddlelights with jp stainless exhaust
shonky n/s/f rattle fixed by totd whoopie!
most of the chrome bits done


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Posted 11 January 2021 - 12:25 AM

 

which belt is it that is frayed?

 

it's fairly simply to unscrew the unit and replace it, you need to move the upper piller trim, the lower piller trim, the belt roll and the bit that bolts into the base of the seat

 

i've done the swap only the other day and have a spare passenger side front belt doing nothing

 

i can get some pics for you tomorrow if you need some pointers

 

What with Covid and Christmas, the frayed seat belt has taken a back set (not literally!)

It is the driver side but my feeling is that I should be able to flip a passenger so that it works on the driver side.

Would go to a breakers as I need a few bits and bobs but they are all closed as obviously, they are really, really virus unsave!

Are you offering your spare?  If so, how much?  If a freebie, I am of course, happy to pay the postage.

Thanks and toodle pip

Rex

 

 

it's going spare, i don't need it, i'll see if i can remove it from the plastic and it's yours for the postage, assuming i can get to the post office


mk3 mondeo ghia x estate 2.0 auto with:

362mm 6 pot ap stoppers lurking behind some 8 x 18 comps
tv fitted to facelifted dash + headrest screens for both kids
full st kit + powerfolds w/puddlelights with jp stainless exhaust
shonky n/s/f rattle fixed by totd whoopie!
most of the chrome bits done


#26 Rekusu

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Posted 11 January 2021 - 12:35 PM

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Many thanks.  If you PM me, I can send my e-mail and postal  address.

 

It is not exactly a mission critical issue (until next year's advisory!)

 

Toodle pip


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