On or around Thu, 10 Mar 2005 19:31:14 -0000, "Richard Brookman"
<firstname.lastname@example.org> enlightened us thusly:
>So johnty was, like
>> Hi folks
>> Ive had Mary (our new series IIa) for a couple of weeks now and what
>> can I say other than HeHeHeHeHe !!!!!!
>> Anyway I have one or two little quirks i'd like to sort out.
>> Seatbelt.....Can anyone suggest a vehicle to aquire a good fitting
>> set of inertia belts from , i'm thinking maybe a van of sorts would
>> have belts that are plenty long enough ?
>Safety-critical item - I'd always buy new. Exmoor trim did mine (inertia
>reel + appropriate brackets) and were pretty helpful. Can't remember how
>much, but not extortionate.
well, yeah, but it's easy enough to inspect the belt itself and also to
check that the inertia mechanism works.
I'd have thought that 90/110 belts would work in a series - you might be
lacking the mounting for the reel which is at the bottom of the doorpost
behind the seatbox, or on the back of the seatbox itself, I forget which.
Austin Shackles. www.ddol-las.fsnet.co.uk
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