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Seatbelt Removal Question?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by K5XLR8R, Sep 11, 2000.

  1. K5XLR8R

    K5XLR8R 1/2 ton status

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    Im trying to remove the torx bolt that holds the seatbelt in place, i was wondering what size of a torx wrench is needed and where a good place is to find one..i tried Eagle/Lowes and didnt find one....??
    thanks!!
     
  2. Zepplin

    Zepplin 1/2 ton status

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    IT COULD BE A T50 OR T55. TRY SEARS THEY USUALLY CARRY A LARGE VARIETY OF TORX BITS. I BOUGHT MINE THERE BUT I THINK THEY WERE A LISLE BRAND. BUT I THINK THEY WILL STILL HONOR THE FREE REPLACEMENT IF THE BIT GETS DAMAGED.

    DAZED AND CONFUSED IN A 74 BLAZER

    ZEPPLIN
     
  3. k9man

    k9man Registered Member

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    Try AutoZone i picked-up a set of 5 for under ten bucks the one I used for the seatbelts was a T50 I am not sure if thats a universal number?size. AL
     
  4. dawson444

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    Yea it is #50, I removed mine a few weeks ago, I got mine from sears for like $5.

    Dawson
    88 K5
     
  5. DMK

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    Got mine at autozone and yes it is an t50.
     
  6. mpikas

    mpikas Registered Member

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    I've found that in a pinch, a tight fitting allen wrench works great
     

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