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Rear seat belts

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by flightmedic, Feb 22, 2007.

  1. flightmedic

    flightmedic

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    I took my 84 FJ60 to Classic Cruisers in Salida, CO to have rear seat belts put in. The replacements are three point belts from an FJ62. I also asked them to put in the rear seat back with head rests as well. I feel much better about my son riding in the back seat now. Stan at the shop did an excellent job, looks like it came from the factory!!!! He switched the seat covers around so everything would match (makes the wife happy). I paid more than I originally thought I would have to, but I think the peace of mind is well worth it.

    Jeff
     
  2. MANUCHAO

    MANUCHAO omnea mea mecum porto

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    Can you post pics of the work on the seat belts ?
    Thanks
     
  3. 82-SOA-60

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    Pics would be great.
    I have the access to the parts to make this happen as well I just want to see the finished product for ideas.

    Threaded C pillars kick ass! :flipoff2:
     
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    Zack1978 SILVER Star

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    As soon as it warms up, I will take some pictures and post them.:)
     
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    Do you have any pictures of the conversion? Also does anyone know someone in Oregon who could do this modification professionally?