Some smaller, skinny, short people used them to replace the front driver's belt. (remove from retractor and replace into DS retractor). They are about 6" shorter than the DS belt.Has anyone with 3rd row seats removed done anything useful with their 3rd row seatbelts?
Depends on the year! Earlier years have the 3 seatbelts. Can’t remember which exactly but it’s well documented here.I use mine to buck the people who sit in the seats.
Speaking of which, someone once told me their 80 had three seat belts in the back. Mine only has two. Did I get short changed?
Me too and I tried that first and I couldn't reach the glove box anymore.I'm a tall, fat slob and I'm currently running the driver side 3rd row seat belt as my driver belt. It doesn't have much slack after I'm in, but it's worth it to have the belt retract when I want to exit the vehicle. I even bought a used (good condition!) driver belt on eBay which was exactly as badly worn as my original. Don't bother with that!
so, PS belt is a plug and play direct swap for DS seatbelt but it is 9” longer? seems like that could be nice but could be a pita with all the extra length?Me too and I tried that first and I couldn't reach the glove box anymore.
I bought a PASSENGER front belt and swapped it with excellent success. That belt is 9" Longer than the DS belt.
Yes, LC/LX belts are the same.so, PS belt is a plug and play direct swap for DS seatbelt but it is 9” longer? seems like that could be nice but could be a pita with all the extra length?
also, anyone happen to know if 95-97 LC’s and LX’s has the same belts??!
Only the retractor from the driver's location will work.My DS retractor is not working properly.
Do you think it is possible to swap the retractor from the 3rd row ds to the drivers and passengers front row, keeping the original webbing? I read another thread that indicated the 3rd row retractors act differently...