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Old 02/10/20, 03:32 PM   #1
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66-67 seat belt bolts
City: Cleveland

Iím looking for two or more 66-67 seat belt bolts.

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I'm sure I have some. I have a hoard of '66 seat belts.

If you can't afford a good one, you REALLY can't afford a bad one.
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Old 02/13/20, 06:52 AM   #3
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I'm sure I have some. I have a hoard of '66 seat belts.
Chris that would be great! If you have any Ď66 belts you want to sell to I might be interested! Thanks Jeff
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I'll go thru my stash and see what I have. I have several driver or above sets.

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I'll go thru my stash and see what I have. I have several driver or above sets.
Ok sounds good and thanks!
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I am in the process of having the 66 angled seat belt anchors made. My fabricator has done one and it is spot on. I'll have to get them chromed. I should have a few extra.

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Old 02/14/20, 07:02 PM   #7
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So you guys know my Amish upholstery can put new belting on seatbelts. He is extremely fair on price! If you need some done let me know!

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Old 02/14/20, 07:25 PM   #8
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So you guys know my Amish upholstery can put new belting on seatbelts. He is extremely fair on price! If you need some done let me know!

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Thanks Jeff, I've collected all the correct buckles,clips, and with the new anchors, I'll be needing his info soon.
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Thanks Jeff, I've collected all the correct buckles,clips, and with the new anchors, I'll be needing his info soon.
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Honestly just send me the belts you want done and Iíll make a special trim up there. I personally him to do 4 pairs and he knocks them out while I wait. Are you going to need them before Super Celebration or I bring them with your skid plates?
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Honestly just send me the belts you want done and Iíll make a special trim up there. I personally him to do 4 pairs and he knocks them out while I wait. Are you going to need them before Super Celebration or I bring them with your skid plates?
It depends on when I can get the anchors made and chromed. It will probably be after SC, But will definitely go that route.
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It depends on when I can get the anchors made and chromed. It will probably be after SC, But will definitely go that route.
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Hey Terry my fabricator already makes the seat brackets too. This is the stainless steel version but he can make it in carbon to be chromed. If you donít want to pursue your own brackets I could have my fabricator make up enough sets for us?

Also this is how my Amish guyís belting looks.

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Hey Terry my fabricator already makes the seat brackets too. This is the stainless steel version but he can make it in carbon to be chromed. If you donít want to pursue your own brackets I could have my fabricator make up enough sets for us?

Also this is how my Amish guyís belting looks.

Thanks Jeff
Wow those are sharp!

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Wow those are sharp!
Thanks! It does help having good buckles start with. I havenít figured out the trick with restoring the buckle itself. But Iím working on that one too!
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