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post #1 of 10 Old January 12th, 2008, 10:51 PM Thread Starter
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seat belt loops...

i'm talking about the plastic shit on the side of the seat that guides the belt. for some reason the prevous owner of my car pulled em off. no clue why but he did. it annoyed me so i found a guide from a old tbird had the same mount pattern, but it's just a piece siticking out, doesnt hold the belt, so it doesnt work for shit, still falls back. i was wandering if anyone's bought these or how well they work...
ROUSH Performance: Mustang Seat Belt Guide (Left Hand) Detail


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post #2 of 10 Old January 12th, 2008, 10:56 PM
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belt loops

cant go wrong with roush, plus the ones from the factory work decent enough, they still slip out all the time, im sure those will be fine, roush is expensive but the stuff usally works

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those loops are a pain and a fucking half in the ass.
im pretty tall and i dont wanna look like a grandma whilst driving so my seat is tilted back, but almost too far that the belt gets caught in the seat belt loop, its becoming a pain in the ass, but having them out of it is even more of one. constantly getting caught in the door, etc.

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well its more a pain in the ass not havin em, mine just stick out they dont go around the belt cuz they werent for this car. i ask about these cuz thier 10 each, factory ones are 35 or 40 each so 10 is much better. if someone knows of somethin else i'm open for sugestions here. i may just check the junk yard again and see if theres somethin newer there.


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well the stock ones look better than the roush ones but thats my opinion

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i dont care about look, they look stupid either way and im sure thats why thier gone, but its a bitch when you dont have em.


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I got pissed off at mine grabbing and jamming the seat belt all the time so i pulled them up and down till they snapped off. (nice and clean too!). Best free mod out there. Those things suck as you will see when you replace them. I have no issues anymore.
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still looking for these? If so, you pay shipping and Il go rip my tan ones out of my 02 on friday. I dont use them, and just havent had hte inclination to take them out yet, but plan on doing it soon. if you want them cover shipping and they are yours.
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well when there not there, they sit too far back and it annoys me tryin to get it without actually turning, than the dumb thing beeps at me if i dont buckle (or my fiancee will) fuck it, if i cant find some at the junk yard imma just get those.


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They look really dumb but it's worth it to have them.
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