seat belt moving in the wind
hey guys, i have a question, i took the doors off the jeep for the first time, and quickly noticed the seat belts on the driver side and passenger side, flap bc of the wind, any easy fix? thanks
Yes, I had same problem and bought some seat belt shoulder cushions from Walmart. The shoulder cushions just Velcro around the seat belt and are intended to rest on your shoulder but i just put them on the lower part of the seat belt that was flapping in the wind. Problem solved for under 7 dollars.
I use 2 strips of Velcro on each side to keep the "rising" portion tight on the B post. If there's no passenger, I wrap both of those belts. I'm just not into the fluffy shoulder pad look...
I'm just here for the gasoline. --Max
I did the shoulder strap thing, one thing i had to do was remove the inner liner of the cushion, now they slide feely and no flap, flap, flap. Before i removed the inner liner I had to push them down into position, now they move freely. Works perfect.
Why is there a fish finder in your Jeep?
Not hard, if you have a socket wrench and the mental capacity of a ham sandwich.
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