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 #380514  by M-Pressive
 August 28th, 2019, 11:32 am
Looking for a light taupe (very light color) seatbelt for the driver front seat.

It needs to be in good shape with no cracks on the plastic loop area that connects to the B pillar. Mine has a lot of cracks and the seatbelt does not retract. No rips or tears in the belt either.

anyone have one sitting around they want to sell?
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 #380545  by M-Pressive
 August 31st, 2019, 6:55 pm
Located!

Will be installing it in the morning.

Thanks Ken!
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 #380572  by First Lady
 September 3rd, 2019, 7:22 pm
I've been in that car with Keith 3 times since installing the new driver seatbelt - he comments every time he uses it how amazing it is!!! Sometimes it's the little things! :-) Thanks Ken!
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 #380755  by Cypressdelight
 September 20th, 2019, 8:58 am
I had my front seat belts restored to OEM condition by Safety Restore Inc <service@safetyrestore.com> Send them the whole unit, they replace the webbing to OEM color, refurbish mechanical parts and do a safety test after reconditioning is done. turn around time is normally 7 days and costs approximately $75 per belt. Just some added info to consider.
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 #380758  by First Lady
 September 20th, 2019, 2:15 pm
Cypressdelight wrote: September 20th, 2019, 8:58 am I had my front seat belts restored to OEM condition by Safety Restore Inc <service@safetyrestore.com> Send them the whole unit, they replace the webbing to OEM color, refurbish mechanical parts and do a safety test after reconditioning is done. turn around time is normally 7 days and costs approximately $75 per belt. Just some added info to consider.
Ed - curious...was any of the plastic on what you sent broken? Would it count as a mechanical part? We seem to see SO many that have cracks in the plastic components.
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 #380762  by Cypressdelight
 September 20th, 2019, 10:08 pm
None of my plastic was broken and I doubt they would consider plastic as a mechanical part. I'm so pleased with their service that I'm going to have my SUV front belts done this fall.
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