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Old 03-01-2006, 03:20 PM
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>>I would like to see exactly how it is used.
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>>If the belt has a tendency to loosen, no wonder they changed
>>the design after that.
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Here you are...i hope this is a good shot of how to do it,.
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Old 03-01-2006, 05:53 PM
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Nice diagrams. Does it hold in place in the way you describe to secure the belt, or does it have a tendency to loosen anyway?

Did the belts come with any instructions?

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Old 03-04-2006, 10:07 AM
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>Nice diagrams. Does it hold in place in the way you describe
>to secure the belt, or does it have a tendency to loosen
>anyway?
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>Did the belts come with any instructions?

No instructions at all and yes they have a tendency to loosen as the "teeth" in the buckle are the only thing that holds them secure.. but hey...it is better than no belt..
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Old 03-05-2006, 03:23 PM
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:9 Check out E-Bay, I just saw some NOS Seat Belts listed! Hope this helps...
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What is the listing number if you have it?

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The Ebay item number is 8043753141 but also check out #4617602262 it is a used one but is very good!
good luck!
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>The Ebay item number is 8043753141 but also check out
>#4617602262 it is a used one but is very good!
> good luck!

Thanks for that, saw one of them and not both
need to do the back seat now!!
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You will have the only Squarebird I have ever seen with factory rear seat belts. In fact I can only recall one that had aftermarket ones. The car had a red interior and the owner put in surplus blue aircraft seatbelts.

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>You will have the only Squarebird I have ever seen with
>factory rear seat belts.

OK so that is good in my book!!! Hey if they are original and they were an option they are correct..Right??

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Ok guys need only 1 more belt and i am done,. Anyone got one for me?
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