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Old August 22nd, 2007, 12:04 AM
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Defender 110 Station Wagon Seatbelts

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My 1985 110 station wagon arrived with no seatbelts in the second row of seats. Is it an easy retrofit to put inertia style seatbelts? Does anyone know the part numbers? Does anyone have photos of the install? y Rover has a diamond plate load carrier the brits seem fond of. It isn't clear where the seatbelts mount.....

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Old September 6th, 2007, 11:45 AM
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I used the inertia seatbelts out of a 94-95 discovery in the rear of my '84 110. They fit in the factory locations and bolted in with the hardware from the Disco with no modification. I have a rear bench seat and the belts work perfectly and are the right length. You should have threaded bolt holes for the belts in the floor and in the side walls.

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Old October 20th, 2007, 04:38 PM
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Good Evening

My 1985 110 station wagon arrived with no seatbelts in the second row of seats. Is it an easy retrofit to put inertia style seatbelts? Does anyone know the part numbers? Does anyone have photos of the install? y Rover has a diamond plate load carrier the brits seem fond of. It isn't clear where the seatbelts mount.....

Thanks,
Henry
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Yeah, everyone here seems to put "chequer plate" (AKA diamond plate) on stuff to cover a multitude of sins.

the seatbelt kits are available, latest part number is BTR304.

PM me your chassis number and i can get more exact numbers.


clicky link to a picture of the parts list and numbers
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Old October 21st, 2007, 12:06 AM
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Jim

Thank you for the reply - my 110 has a galvanized replacement chassis so I am not sure the number will be much help. Is it common practice to stamp the original chassis number on replacements?

The parts manual page you attached appears correct. I located the threaded holes in the roof support but as I mentioned the floors are covered by the diamond plate. I'll take a look underneath and see if I can't drill up through.

I am going to check some local wreckers for Discos - they are far more common here then the Defender/110 partst. Thanks for the suggestion, Mike.

Henry
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Old October 21st, 2007, 04:37 AM
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Hi Henry.

we're "supposed" to stamp the old number into the new chassis, but quite often people don't bother.... it's also a way of hiding the vehicles history (I'm not for a minute suggesting anything untoward on your truck), although i don't suppose people would go to the length (and cost) of a galvanised chassis if they were up to no good!

There should be a couple of studs poking up through the floor either side of the seats for the seatbelt winder to bolt to. i think (off the top of my head) that there is a plate underneath that is replacable, should they be missing.

shout if you need more parts diagrams.

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Old October 22nd, 2007, 09:20 AM
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Henry if it helps, I can take a photo of the floor mounts on my '84
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Old October 22nd, 2007, 02:36 PM
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Hey, thanks for the offer - photos of the floor would be a big help. I've been under looking but couldn't locate them...

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Old October 22nd, 2007, 03:31 PM
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Maybe because they are not there. On my '84, there are shoulder belts for the two outside seats, nothing for the middle seat. The floor padding has some holes cut into it that look like they would be in the right place for middle seat lap belts, but there are no signs of there ever being anything bolted there.

For the shoulder belts, you'll see in the pictures that they mount to a plate that is bolted to the wheel well that suports the seat.

http://lhsw.com/gallery/janeyMiddleRowSeatBelts

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p.s. Are your middle doors 2 piece or one btw? Hard to tell from the pictures.
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Maybe because they are not there. On my '84, there are shoulder belts for the two outside seats, nothing for the middle seat. The floor padding has some holes cut into it that look like they would be in the right place for middle seat lap belts, but there are no signs of there ever being anything bolted there.

For the shoulder belts, you'll see in the pictures that they mount to a plate that is bolted to the wheel well that suports the seat.

http://lhsw.com/gallery/janeyMiddleRowSeatBelts

hth
charles
p.s. Are your middle doors 2 piece or one btw? Hard to tell from the pictures.
I'll try to get you pictures of the inside of a '85 110. Will probably take a few days, though. BTW, did you take a look at the older printed workshop manuals? I'd assume they contain enough details on the mounting of everything, right?
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