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Old 09-05-2010, 06:05 AM
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3-point seatbelt install..

I need some help in installing 3-point Auto-Loc seatbelts. No instructions came with the kit, and I am installing them in a 37 Ford Tudor. I have it kind of figured out. I installed 1/4" plate in the "B" pilar with grade 8 nuts welded on from behind. The main base is just below "B" pilar. My big question is where does the other strap go?? I have bucket seats from a van in the 37. Do the straps bolt to the tunnels??, or somewhere else.. Thanks.. Al

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...No instructions came with the kit...
Sadly, that is so there is no legal liability.
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In my case if some one hit he from the front.. I am getting to big to slide threw one of those little windows.. I could have gone with just a lap belt, but it feels safer having the 3-point.. Al
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They are way safer...

I don't know why people stick with lap belts, personally.
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