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Old June 28th, 2008, 06:49 PM
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Any idea what rear seatbelts (retractable, bench seat) from a 97 D90 are worth? I took mine out to replace them with lapbelts
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Old June 28th, 2008, 09:39 PM
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i am needing safety belts for bench seats and am looking at different options. why are you changing yours to lap belts (safety, convenience)? I have 3 kids and am wondering if the harness type safety belts would be the best option for them (they are teens). I want to make sure I choose wisely as I don't want to have to change safety belts again in a few months time!!!
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I never have a top on my truck, and the seatbelts flapped against the cage so much that i finally tied them to it. Once they were tied to it, i never used them anyway. I also removed the speaker housings, which concealed the retractor assembly, to replace them with tuffy boxes as i needed storage. They are in good shape (they work perfectly, but they have been slapping against the cage for 10 years, so the edges are frayed).
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Old June 28th, 2008, 10:11 PM
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I never have a top on my truck, and the seatbelts flapped against the cage so much that i finally tied them to it. Once they were tied to it, i never used them anyway. I also removed the speaker housings, which concealed the retractor assembly, to replace them with tuffy boxes as i needed storage. They are in good shape (they work perfectly, but they have been slapping against the cage for 10 years, so the edges are frayed).
I'd be very interested in your speaker cabinets (mine disappeared while in storage at my mothers house), what are you asking? I might be interested in teh 'y-belt' as well if someone just wants the side shoulderbelts...
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Old June 29th, 2008, 03:24 AM
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Unfortunately, the speaker cabinets are already in the garbage. Sorry Scott
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Unfortunately, the speaker cabinets are already in the garbage. Sorry Scott
Oh, tell me you're kidding Never throw away good condition Rover Parts, someone in the Defender family is looking for them...
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I would be interested in the Y-belt as well.
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Old June 30th, 2008, 11:12 AM
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They (the housings) were in really bad shape when i bought them.

Just sold the belts this morning
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