Lap Belt 2 Point Inertia with Modern Buckle and Black Webbing 111857704DBLK >

Lap Belt 2 Point Inertia with Modern Buckle and Black Webbing

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Part Code: 111857704DBLK

£23.50

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Description:

Lap belt 2 point inertia with a black modern plastic buckle and black colured webbing. Hardware and instructions are included.

To suit:
Beetle models without welded in mounts.
Karmann Ghia models without welded in mounts.
Splitscreen front bench
Baywindow front bench

All of our seatbelts are manufactured in the UK and they meet all current UK MOT requirements. Out aircraft style pull up to release chrome buckle belts are specified to BSI standards. Our modern style push in buckle seats are specified to European standards. Both styles are equally safe but vehicles manufactured after December 1971 can only fit a push in buckle European standard belts at the front due to current legislation.

Quality:

Top Quality

Fitting:

This can only be used where the webbing is free to retract on to the inertia. In our opinion it is not suitable for the rear of Beetles and Ghias. Bringing the webbing through between seat back and base is the problem. It could be fitted easily to the centre of 1\/3- 2\/3 bench seats in a bus. They could be fitted to the front of Beetles and Ghias where no shoulder mount exsists, but a 3 point belt would be safer.

Metrics:

Webbing stalk 22cm belt 110cm

For Vehicles

Beetle 1950-1979 | Beetle Cabrio 1950-1979 | Golf Mk2 1984-1991 | Karmann Ghia 1960-1974 | T2 Bay 1968-1979 | T2 Split 1950-1967 | T4 1991-2003 | Type 3 1962-1973

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Sorry, but the item description does not specify for vehicle VW golf GTI mk1. Does it work with mk1?
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Question by: Vicente Brunet Munnich on 24 May 2017 17:58:00
Answer by: Ben P (Admin) on 25 May 2017 09:55:00
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Can this be fit to a 59 Beetle? Any modifications to the seat required? Or is this a bolt on application?
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Question by: Asad on 30 Jan 2018 13:38:00
Answer by: Ben Pascoe (Admin) on 30 Jan 2018 16:16:00
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