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Unread 01-23-2013, 07:32 PM   #16
sirhc76
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Thats an old revival there, Ill host some pics for awhile.

Center bolt is 18.25 from the side of the bed and 14.25 fro the inside lip of the rear of the tub.

The bottom of the shoulder belts are 1.75 on center from the bottom of the tub and 11 inches from the inside rear lip of the tub.

Pics below, didn't get center bolt pics because I have a gas tank on it and hold the tape, tank, vodka soda and cell phone wasn't possible.

under tub center belt bracket


In tub center bolt


In tub bottom end of shoulder belt



Bottom end of shoulder belt outside tub


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Unread 01-23-2013, 07:48 PM   #17
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Thats an old revival there, Ill host some pics for awhile.

Center bolt is 18.25 from the side of the bed and 14.25 fro the inside lip of the rear of the tub.

The bottom of the shoulder belts are 1.75 on center from the bottom of the tub and 11 inches from the inside rear lip of the tub.

Pics below, didn't get center bolt pics because I have a gas tank on it and hold the tape, tank, vodka soda and cell phone wasn't possible.

under tub center belt bracket


In tub center bolt


In tub bottom end of shoulder belt



Bottom end of shoulder belt outside tub

Awesome, Thanks for the pics

I didn't get the bracket that goes on the inner fender when the belts were pulled and don't really know where I could get one. Couldn't I just use a steel plate and a grade 8 bolt to do the same thing?
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Unread 01-23-2013, 10:50 PM   #18
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If it were me I'd get a piece of 3/16 flat stock cut it to length, drill a hole and add a weld in nut.

http://www.fastenal.com/web/search/p...ld%20Nuts%22|~

Id say weld in tab although I don't know if you can find one wide enough to be safe. Keep in mind this will take the force of the seat belt pulling on it during an accident. I'm more concerned about the seat bracket and before my kids ride in the back seat its getting a makeover.
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