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Seat belts

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 1978Blazerk5, Apr 22, 2007.

  1. 1978Blazerk5

    1978Blazerk5 1/2 ton status

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    Is there any compainies that make the plasitic covers that go on the seat belts?I am restoring my 78 k5 and thats one thing i cant find.
    here is picture if what the ones i have look like.
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  2. Scrt_Agent_Man

    Scrt_Agent_Man Registered Member

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    Have you checked LMCTruck.com?
     
  3. 1978Blazerk5

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    ya ive checked lmc truck and classic industries
     
  4. dyeager535

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    Ugh, can't see that at work. :(

    Is this for the fronts, the plastic that keeps the female belt ends next to the seat?

    I've not found a source for them either, GM doesn't list them any longer as well, imagine that.
     
  5. k20

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    julianos.com is where I bought my seatbelts from. They had an option for the hard plastic cover on their belts. I dont see a listing on their website for that part of the belt separately but if you call, who knows, they might sell it alone. Or if your belt doesnt like to retract you might as well go ahead and order a whole new set.
     
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    I know it doesnt help if you want to do a real restoration, but I picked up a set of the female seatbelt parts from a late 90s Dodge van. They are black steel and bolted right into place perfectly.
     

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