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Old 03-07-2012, 08:28 PM   #1
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FS - Lap seat belts (2 pair), $25 shipped

New price - $25 shipped

I have 2 pairs of push button lap belts from SeatbeltsPlus.com (made by Seatbelt Solutions LLC in Florida) that I'm looking to sell. They are 74" long at their maximum extension and the fabric is Charcoal is color. The buckles are black with a red button. See the link below for details.

They were only mocked up in my van long enough to realize they were too short. They were never used and the vehicle never moved when I had them temporarily in place. They are essentially brand new! I had been delayed doing the install and missed the deadline to return them so I was forced to order the longer brothers to these. Mounting hardware is not included, only what you see in the picture.

Asking $25 shipped USPS Priority Mail to your door. I accept Paypal. Please PM me if interested.

http://www.seatbeltsplus.com/product/1201-74.html

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Old 03-16-2012, 02:47 PM   #2
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Re: FS - Lap seat belts (2 pair), $25 shipped

When you say they were too short, does that mean that you were mounting to the floor?
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Old 03-16-2012, 03:55 PM   #3
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When you say they were too short, does that mean that you were mounting to the floor?
Yes, I was bolting to the floor. I had a custom sofa bed made and the top seat surface is 12" from the floor (I believe). I could get buckled in but it wasn't comfortable with them adjusted to their maximum. If the seat were lower or the person smaller, they would work well. I have a 32" waist so anyone bigger than that sitting back there wasn't going to work in my van.
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Old 03-16-2012, 09:35 PM   #4
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Re: FS - Lap seat belts (2 pair), $25 shipped

Good info - thanks. I'm pretty much in the same boat as you, but I'll go put a tape measure on it this evening to make sure that they wouldn't work out.
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Old 03-17-2012, 07:26 PM   #5
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Re: FS - Lap seat belts (2 pair), $25 shipped

I bought seat belt extenders for my rear F250 bench a few years ago, very similar to these although I don't know where I picked them up anymore:

http://www.seatbeltplanet.com/seatbelts ... 27/view/20
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Re: FS - Lap seat belts (2 pair), $25 shipped

Does anyone know if there would be a problem mounting these directly to the stock ford removable bench seat? It has a lap belt of similar type mounted in the middle position on the seat.
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I bought seat belt extenders for my rear F250 bench a few years ago, very similar to these although I don't know where I picked them up anymore:

http://www.seatbeltplanet.com/seatbelts ... 27/view/20
The website I originally bought these from have the extenders in the matching color.

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Does anyone know if there would be a problem mounting these directly to the stock ford removable bench seat? It has a lap belt of similar type mounted in the middle position on the seat.
Everything I've read says the most secure and safest mounting is through the floor. It will depend if the seat frame is designed to handle the stress of the belts transferring the energy in an accident. I've seen seats with belts integrated but not many so I can't offer any advise.
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Does anyone know if there would be a problem mounting these directly to the stock ford removable bench seat? It has a lap belt of similar type mounted in the middle position on the seat.
I'd guess if it's a factory seatbelt mount there shouldn't be a problem... of course technically we should all have five point harnesses mounted through the frame (not just the floor...).
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