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    1. #41
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      May 2005
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      We only have lap belts for convertibles.
      That is the only safe way for having seat belts in a convertible at this time.

      Billy



    2. #42
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      Dec 2007
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      any shots of them installed in a 70 chevelle? while its apart, ive though of moving the upper mount forward.
      Tim

      The WidowMaker: Garage Built 70 Chevelle

      Special Thanks To: Rushforth Wheels, MuscleRodz, Kore3 & SC&C

      Build Thread Link

    3. #43
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      Thanks Billy for taking my order.

    4. #44
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      May 2005
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      Look on our web page at customer cars. There is a 70 Chevelle with our seat belts installed.
      I wouldn't advise moving the top mount as GM tested their cars with strength in mind and
      the mounting points are reinforced for that purpose.
      Billy

    5. #45
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      Oct 2004
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      Also look at getting a set of CG-lock for three point set belts.

      http://www.cg-lock.com/general/about

    6. #46
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      I have them in my car, they are very nice, i hope I never have to test them out.
      They are a pain if you pull too hard to fasten them they lock, and I always have to help new passengers, but I wouldn't have it any other way.

    7. #47
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      Thank You for Purchasing from us and the Compliment
      Yes an even steady pull Will keep them from locking.
      Billy

    8. #48
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      Quote Originally Posted by 1969sschevelle View Post
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      They are a pain if you pull too hard to fasten them they lock, and I always have to help new passengers, but I wouldn't have it any other way.
      That sensitivity is what saved my own and my passenger's life. Like you say..."wouldn't have it any other way".
      From the straits I called G-d; G-d answered me with a vast expanse. Psalms 118:5

    9. #49
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      Especially after seeing that pic of your car, I might have missed it, but what exactly happened to cause such a horrible accident.

    10. #50
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      Location
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      Honestly, I'm not going to try to excuse myself. Primarily it was misjudgment on my part. That said, there were some things going on that made the oversteer more likely to happen...the road had a wet-patch on corner entry, my rear tires were old and had low tread while my fronts were brand new BFG KDW 225's, and the corner itself is just inherently easy to underestimate. Most of these were my fault; I shouldn't have been driving on that road a day after it rained...I should have replaced ALL tires as they are THE MOST important part of the car. I downshifted a tad late coming into the corner which transferred weight forward...the rear tires being as bad as they were just couldn't hold the road and let go. I corrected the car and would most likely have recovered, but at this point it was too late as I was directly in the path of a work van which was careening towards me. The corner was blind so I did not see it coming. We kissed at about 45-50 mph each making it a ~100mph collision. The rest I prefer not to write about, it was absolutely horrific and terrifying...no one should have to experience this. Thankfully there were NO fatalities.

      6 Months before my collision a police officer (professionally trained to drive) over-steered his Ferrari on that same corner, spun out, and died upon impact. The corner is only a 35 degree bend, which makes it VERY easy to underestimate; furthermore, there is just something about it that decompresses the suspension and puts the tires much closer to their traction limit. I'm sure ALL of us here have at one point driven aggressively, it's just a numbers game as to who gets picked and who walks away. But hey, to be old and wise you must first be young and stupid.
      From the straits I called G-d; G-d answered me with a vast expanse. Psalms 118:5

    11. #51
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      What a thread, what a story.

      Glad I have my Morris Classic belts........ Thanks for producing a great product Billy!!!

    12. #52
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      Scott,
      Thank You for The Compliment and for Purchasing from us.
      Billy

    13. #53
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      Nov 2005
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      If anyone is interested in seatbelts and hasn't ordered per the group purchase I encourage you to do so. That way I get my belts sooner.

    14. #54
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      Call us to place you order 864-987-0032

      Thank You, Billy

    15. #55
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      Last Day for Group Purchase. We will be here till 4PM today.
      Have a Safe and Happy New Year, Billy

    16. #56
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      Thanks Billy, looking forward to installing these soon.
      Have a great New Year!
      Tom Koontz

    17. #57
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      Got mine yesterday and can't wait to get them in the car!!! Thanks for the great deal!

    18. #58
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      wow that looks nasty glad u made it out ok

    19. #59
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      o & id like to get more info on the belts i have stock belts in my 66 impala & will be looking to up grade

    20. #60
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      May 2005
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      3 point seat belts

      If your car was made after Feb 66 it probably has the top mounting holes for the shoulder harness.
      If I can provide any info call us at 864-987-0032
      Billy

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