Seatbelt Pros

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Seatbelt Pros

Postby nadams » Sat Nov 19, 2011 7:25 pm

PRO's (no pun inteded) They have a great quality product and quick shipping.

Con Did not send an email letting me know that they had shipped the order. I received it in 3 or 4 days but I like to know when its on the way so I know if it should have shown up or not.

I Decided to install a new middle belt as well so I have not installed these yet but will ammend with finished product results when I get the middle belt.
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Re: Seatbelt Pros

Postby sillbeer » Sat Nov 19, 2011 8:34 pm

Can you attach a link or post the website you got them from. A quick google search of PRO's seat belts didn't get anything.

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Re: Seatbelt Pros

Postby robroy » Sat Nov 19, 2011 8:40 pm

'Evening NAdams and Destin,

I believe the vendor NAdams is talking about is Seat Belt Pros. They sell quality, USA-made BEAM's seat belts.

I also ordered from them a few years ago and the belts are top quality. Here's my seat belt thread:

May I ask for advice on Beam's 140" WSCH300 seat belts?

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Re: Seatbelt Pros

Postby Calfdemon » Sat Nov 19, 2011 9:36 pm

I also ordered and installed their seatbelt. Top quality product! I had mine in my 72 for over a year until I stripped it, and will put them in my crew (plus a second set) once I reassemble it.
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Re: Seatbelt Pros

Postby sillbeer » Sat Nov 19, 2011 11:26 pm

Saved to my favorites for later. I will be picking up a set for sure.

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Re: Seatbelt Pros

Postby fordpickupman » Tue Feb 07, 2012 2:47 pm

Which ones did you get? pics? Come on guys.....lol

I need some ASAP. Which models work best in our cabs?
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Re: Seatbelt Pros

Postby Calfdemon » Wed Feb 08, 2012 6:01 pm

I ordered a pair of these in military green, in 140 inch with the 20 inch floopy connector (not the sleeved one). I ordered the regular shoulder loop and the chrome lift latch buckle. Ill have to find my old receipt to make sure what length I got:

http://www.gotbelts.com/retractable-lap ... 81/view/23

I also purchased 1 hardware kit for the shoulder belts just so I had some extra parts for mounting. I did not use all of this kit, but I did use some of it and the angle brackets are needed to mount the retractors on the floor of the truck:

http://www.gotbelts.com/retractable-lap ... 81/view/32

I also ordered this one center belt in the same color, same latch, in 60 inch:

http://www.gotbelts.com/non-retractable ... 78/view/12

And the lap belt hardware kit:

http://www.gotbelts.com/non-retractable ... 78/view/33

I dont have pictures of them in the truck as I have since stripped that truck and they are going to go in my Crew Cab. But they were easy to install and took a total of about 1 hour. I just followed RobRoy's lead with tapping a hole, and I purchased some class 8 bolts for peace of mind in case I get in a wreck. I am sure the bolts that came with them are fine, but the class 8 just made me feel better.
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69 Ford F350 Crew Cab - 460 / C6 - http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh67 ... lqgskp.jpg
31 Ford Vicky - 1955 270 Red Ram Hemi / 4 speed - http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh67 ... bsibvn.jpg

Former toys -
67 Pontiac Firebird 400 convertible (sold 9/13) - http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh67 ... bird-1.jpg
67 Ford Fairlane GT - 390 / 4 speed (sold 7/15) - http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh67 ... c5hu8z.jpg


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