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bad58mike
Posted 2007-04-08 3:37 PM (#79568)
Subject: seatbelt pictures



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I'm going to be installing my new seatbelts soon from JC Whitney into my Plymouth, before I start drilling holes does anyone have pictures of where you guys mounted your seatbelts, drill/mount locations etc...? Any info would help.

Thanks in advance.



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narleycharlie
Posted 2007-04-08 6:49 PM (#79578 - in reply to #79568)
Subject: Re: seatbelt pictures


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Dude you shoulda drilled your holes before you installed the new carpet .
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bad58mike
Posted 2007-04-08 7:16 PM (#79583 - in reply to #79568)
Subject: RE: seatbelt pictures



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no problem is not glued down, not required. I can easily lift it up from the back seat floor,easy. Just need seatbelt pics please
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dave58
Posted 2007-04-08 7:32 PM (#79588 - in reply to #79583)
Subject: RE: seatbelt pictures



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Mike,

I don't have pics, but I bought seat belts for my 58 Royal from Wesco Performance. They have detailed installation instructions on their website. Here is the page link:

http://www.wescoperformance.com/lap-belts-install.html

Let me know if this helps-good luck.

Dave
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My57Saratoga
Posted 2007-04-08 11:17 PM (#79613 - in reply to #79588)
Subject: RE: seatbelt pictures



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Mike,

Here's a site showing installation steps on a 57 Chrysler:

http://simplexco.com/auto/cbelt/index.html

Mike
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bad58mike
Posted 2007-04-08 11:44 PM (#79616 - in reply to #79568)
Subject: RE: seatbelt pictures



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Thanks guys!
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Tony
Posted 2007-04-09 12:55 AM (#79624 - in reply to #79568)
Subject: RE: seatbelt pictures



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bad58mike - 2007-04-08 1:37 PM

I'm going to be installing my new seatbelts soon from JC Whitney into my Plymouth, before I start drilling holes does anyone have pictures of where you guys mounted your seatbelts, drill/mount locations etc...? Any info would help.

Thanks in advance.
I recommend buying the same belts that JC Whitney sells from http://www.gotbelts.com/index.html they have 27 different colors compared to about 10 from JC.
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sermey
Posted 2007-04-09 3:46 PM (#79654 - in reply to #79568)
Subject: RE: seatbelt pictures


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Do you mount Lap and Shoulder Seat Belts? Where to mount the Shoulder Seat Belts? Has anyone already mounted these and how about entering the rear seats (2-Door)? Some pictures would be helpful. - SERGE -
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Lancer Mike
Posted 2007-04-09 4:31 PM (#79662 - in reply to #79654)
Subject: RE: seatbelt pictures



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I installed a four-point harness from Andover Restraints into my '58 Plymouth two-door hardtop, '58 Dodge two-door hardtop, and '58 Dodge four-door hardtop. Here are some photos of the Plymouth. Andover now makes a big chrome buckle - I have it in my Dodge - very nifty.

I had a bar fabricated where the lap belt bolts through the lower portion of the bar to the original holes in the floor pan. The shoulder belts bolt to the upper portion of the bar. If you tighten the shoulder belts down enough, I think it provides enough resistance to prevent you from hitting the steering wheel in a forward impact. The set-up does not hinder rear seat ingress or egress, although foot room is reduced, especially in the Plymouth. Also, when you are cinched down, the radio controls and emergency brake are very difficult to reach.

If you need more information, let me know.

-Mike

Edited by Lancer Mike 2007-04-09 4:43 PM




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57plymouth
Posted 2007-04-09 5:10 PM (#79666 - in reply to #79568)
Subject: Re: seatbelt pictures



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I have lap belts in my 57. The sides by the door do not bo through the seat. They lay flat on the floor when not in use. The other side is a few inches from the driveshaft hump. They go through the seat. I'm cheap, so I just roll them up when not in use.
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