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Old 05-16-2005, 03:34 PM
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Seat belt supplier

Hello all, This is my first post here. I have been reading this forum for a while and it looks like a great site.
I am rebuilding a 55 second series chevy pickup.

Does anyone know of a supplier that has three point seat belts with the silver lift to open buckle?
Thanks.

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Yee ole Junkyard...take your toolbox and go shopping..get all the hardware and the mounting bolts while you are at it..pretty good color selection as well and usually the price is Ok..You will just need to mount the nut plates into the 55 somehow..

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Several suppliers have what you need. Below are just a few.

Jeg's
Summit Racing
Speedway Automotive
Yogi's Inc.
YearOne

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I use RCI belts. They cost about 50 bucks.
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I use RCI belts. They cost about 50 bucks.
Where and how can I get a hold of RCI thanks for the information are these 3 point belts? Ed ke6bnl
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Here's an online place with a lot of seatbelt offerings - some seem inexpensive...

http://store.yahoo.net/wescoperformance/seatbelts.html
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I am a 100% junk yard guy, but Juliano's sells belts too. They have black buckles though. Oh, and welcome to the board!
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Here's an online place with a lot of seatbelt offerings - some seem inexpensive...

http://store.yahoo.net/wescoperformance/seatbelts.html
thanks I sent for a catalog I feel more comfortable with the best seat belts I can install and like to use them even in the cars I have that do not require them Ed ke6bnl
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Thanks for all the replys.

Willys36...It was your project journal post on grafting a monte carlo front clip in a 55-59 frame that lead me to this site....Thanks.
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I just got back to the board after a vacation. Try Andover Restraints if you haven't found what you want yet. My belts are two point, but they had three point as well and the buckles are the polished stainless smooth surface-like cars from the 60's or aircraft belts.
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This place has just the belt you are looking for,

www.andoauto.com

I just bought a set for my pickup, with the aviation style buckles for about 85 US a belt
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Here you go -

gotbelts.com - 20+ colors

http://gotbelts.com/rechlilelaps.html
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try snakeoilproducts.com
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Hello all, This is my first post here. I have been reading this forum for a while and it looks like a great site.
I am rebuilding a 55 second series chevy pickup.

Does anyone know of a supplier that has three point seat belts with the silver lift to open buckle?
Thanks.
I have used Rod Doors 3 point retractable seat belts that have the Chrome latch who has the Most Variety of Colors available (Almost all colors) other companies have limited colors, e.g. I could not find any anywhere else in White, but Rod Doors had them, check them out www.rodoors.com click seatbelts
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