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post #1 of 14 Old 06-19-2015, 10:24 AM Thread Starter
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I am wanting to remove the "rigid" female portion of the front seat belts, the buckle, and install ones with a soft strap. I am finding type "A" and type "B" buckles. Can anyone shed some light on what I need to order so I can get the right ones? Thanks, Kevin
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I am trying to do the same thing. I bought this seatbelt to use for the middle. Thought I might be able to buy 2 more of these and switch out the fixed female ends. My new belt female end was a little too small to fit the Honda shoulder belt. Did you say you found 2 different size options?
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Hey Kevin, care to share the link or info/pics of those buckles?
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I just ordered some rear seatbelts for a 99 civic will see if it works cost $30 if not I have a $30 center lap belt lol
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Well got the belts in today and I was right worked like a charm. Took several pics of the install but don't know how to upload them

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Nip the end off one so they mate up you'll have to drill out the hole on one to fit the shank on the bolt


Put together


Bolt back on and repeat for passenger side


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Someone actually USES the seatbelts?

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Even if one doesn't wear the seatbelts, everyone hates the stiff stock ones bruising their bum.
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