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Old 12-26-2018, 09:45 PM
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Hey guys, does anyone have a very nice set of front and back seatbelts for sale or point me in a direction for a set that is not an arm and a leg? Thanks in advance!

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Old 12-26-2018, 10:33 PM
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Try Autobahn Dismantlers In El Cajon, CA he sells the leftover parts from the Singer donors. Heĺs on eBay as 1autobahn1.
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Old 12-26-2018, 11:30 PM
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Rothsport Racing should have some. They are close to PORTLAND OR. Ask for Earl the pearl.
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Old 12-28-2018, 06:35 PM
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Thanks guys. I checked on their websites, but didn't see any. I may call them next week.

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PartsHeaven in Hayward as well as LA Dismantlers worth a try too.

When you get good at finding used parts, you know to call these guys and ask. Only sh&t that sits gets updated on websites. Stuff that is wanted sells quick.

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Mike at Autobahn in El Cajon, CA is where i got my seat belts, my car had racing seats in it with a harness and zero seatbelts including no hardware, Autobahn had everything and the price was reasonable.
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Greg - I'm sending a PM
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Old 12-29-2018, 01:17 PM
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Does anyone have any experience with seatbeltplanet.com? The reviews seem promising, but I would rather hear first hand experience from fellow rennlisters. Would they be more safe, less safe, or on par with the 25 year old seat belts I have?

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Old 12-29-2018, 01:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Greg Wolfe View Post
Does anyone have any experience with seatbeltplanet.com? The reviews seem promising, but I would rather hear first hand experience from fellow rennlisters. Would they be more safe, less safe, or on par with the 25 year old seat belts I have?
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I have exchanged emails with Justin many times and I will be getting new belts from them as soon as I can get mine out to send them for refurbishing. Their seatbelts meet FMVSS certifications, so no worries on that front. Prices are reasonable too. One RLer has seatbelts from them, hopefully he will chime in.
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I have exchanged emails with Justin many times and I will be getting new belts from them as soon as I can get mine out to send them for refurbishing. Their seatbelts meet FMVSS certifications, so no worries on that front. Prices are reasonable too. One RLer has seatbelts from them, hopefully he will chime in.
You send them your seatbelts? Is this cheaper, like a core charge or something?

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Correct, they rewind your mechanism with new webbing.
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Correct, they rewind your mechanism with new webbing.
Okay, so I am assuming it is cheaper to go this route aside from ordering a whole new setup?



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Old 12-29-2018, 06:58 PM
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Not sure, never done it myself just know people that have. I bought the OEM RS belts for my car, I think they were just under $500 for the fronts so the deal you posted sounds pretty solid assuming they meet safety standards.
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I have to check but I have some rear belts someplace out of a low mile car. If you want I will look through my parts bins.
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Old 12-29-2018, 11:42 PM
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I have to check but I have some rear belts someplace out of a low mile car. If you want I will look through my parts bins.
That would be great Anthony, thank you.

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