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Postby Mull » 31 Mar 2008, 20:43

After opinions and advice please all.

My Chevette has static belts in the rear and I really need to fit inertia ones for the kids cars seats.

The only place that I have been advised to use so far are securicon at £75 each.

Anybody know anywhere else?

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Postby CancerWagon » 01 Apr 2008, 01:03

:( If you had put this up a month ago I would have had TWO sets I could have sent to you. Curses! Would fit without much difficulty, where yours is a hatch. I'll check to see if I have any others squirrelled away, but probably no complete sets.
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Postby Herbie_Flowers » 01 Apr 2008, 15:13

scrap yard, just check them for dodgy stitching/splits first.
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Postby Mull » 01 Apr 2008, 18:48

Herbie_Flowers wrote:scrap yard, just check them for dodgy stitching/splits first.


I'm really wary of them as they will be in continuous use for my child seats, that said when you by a car you don't know what condition you are gonna get.

Cancerwagon if you do find some let me know.

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Postby CancerWagon » 03 Apr 2008, 05:21

Can you get a picture of where the existing belts bolt down?

It is probable that there are vauxall/chevy variances. I could just trade you your static belts for the inertials in my '78. Another way for me to lighten the car slightly. :wink:
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Postby spyke » 03 Apr 2008, 13:40

i took my back ones out i kept them but i think i might have used one as a engine strap but i'll have a look
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Re: Rear Seatbelts

Postby coggers » 03 Apr 2008, 20:21

Mull wrote:
The only place that I have been advised to use so far are securicon at £75 each.

Mull


PM me with the Securon part numbers , we do them at work . I'll see what prices I can do for you..

edit - just found the numbers , yours is a Hatch isn't it ?
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Postby Mull » 03 Apr 2008, 20:27

CancerWagon wrote:Can you get a picture of where the existing belts bolt down?

It is probable that there are vauxall/chevy variances. I could just trade you your static belts for the inertials in my '78. Another way for me to lighten the car slightly. :wink:


Car has just failed the MOT on a bit of welding so won't have it back til next week but will get some pics when its back. Cheers
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Postby Mull » 03 Apr 2008, 20:31

Coggers you have PM

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