Hmmm, this is interesting that Seatbelt Planet can re-web OEM hardware. My ‘90 62 has all the hardware in place but the belt material, esp the driver side are rough, beginning to worry about how safe they are anymore. If this is a viable option, I would consider getting all five belts rewebbed.Honestly wasn’t that bad. Full day for one side, 4 hours for the next. I had a threaded C-Pillar and count myself lucky for that.
I purchased 62 rear belts with stock trim, then sent them to seatbelt planet to get re-webbed this was definitely a costly way to go about it.
Not many are going to that effort for a stock looking truck. And honestly mine is anything but stock looking on the interior, so it comes up a bit of a waste in the long run. If you take a look at TLC’s rear seatbelt work they are also mounting the retractors externally.
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If I were to do it again, I’d take a look at using 80 series rear retractors.
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Maybe figure out a way to place them under the quarter panel and incorporate a belt pass-thru like these.
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Question is.....what about the front seatbelt floor attachment ‘stalks’? The plastic covers on mine have really started crumbling apart and look terrible. Any idea if SBP can re-web the stalks AND add new plastic covers on these?