Rear Seat Belt 3 Point Inertia with Modern Buckle and Black Webbing 211857693CBLK >

Rear Seat Belt 3 Point Inertia with Modern Buckle and Black Webbing

Rear Seat Belt 3 Point Inertia with Modern Buckle and Black Webbing >

Product of Great Britain

Part Code: 211857693CBLK


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Rear inertia 3 point seatbelt in black. Supplied with an all-webbing belt (no rigid stalks), modern style 'push button' buckle, 3 point fixing, inertia activated reels, certified to 'E' standard with hardware and instructions to fit.

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.

From 1966 all vehicles should be fitted with three point seatbelts in the front with the exception of a centre bench seat. The all webbing belts come with a length adjustment at the anchor plate attached to the female buckle. This adjustment is made on installation only. The length must set so that the buckle must be positioned beside the hip.


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For Vehicles

T2 Bay 1968-1979 | T2 Split 1950-1967

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Would it be possible to tell me how long this seatbelt is, we are having difficulty getting one to go round a rear facing child's seat,


Question by: Carl Goodhew on 13 Mar 2017 20:02:00
The length of the seat belt when fully extended is 2 metres
Answer by: Bryan Gschiel (Admin) on 18 Mar 2017 08:54:00
Does the reel bolt to the top mount by the window?
Question by: Luke Mceniery on 15 Apr 2017 17:07:00
The Inertia Reel unit is mounted up by the window.
Answer by: Nick Bitton (Admin) on 18 Apr 2017 12:05:00
Would these fit my t4?
Question by: Michael Chris Ousey on 27 Jun 2019 16:25:00
We do list these for the Bay Window and Split Screen, but if you have the appropriate mounts and depending on the body, they could be cleverly adapted to suit the rear. We would recommend having a garage advise you on fitting, depending on the application.
Answer by: Nick Bitton (Admin) on 28 Jun 2019 11:45:00
Hi, fitting these to a 1975 campervan with rock and roll bed. Do I need to buy the anchorage plate aswell? My bus has the captive nuts already installed. Also does it come complete with fixings?
Question by: Sam Taylor on 23 Jul 2019 09:51:00
The inertia reel unit is mounted up at almost shoulder height, so should clear the rock n roll bed mech. It doesn't sound like you need an anchorage plate, this kit includes fittings.
Answer by: Nick Bitton (Admin) on 23 Jul 2019 09:55:00

I couldn't reply to your answer that the belts woudl fit my 68 bay middle seat microbus - but, thanks for replying that they would and letting me buy them.
Got round to fitting them tonight and low and behold, the female end of the belts that the buckle inserts into wouldn't reach up and inebetween the back and seat rest of the seat - it was about 15cm too short. GIven that these are factory VW original seats, i'm pretty disappointed that they don't fit :-(
I'm hoping you can supply me with some extensions or belts that do fit?

Thanks, MIke
Question by: M J SMITH on 22 Jun 2018 22:24:00
After some research it appears that the middle bench requires 111857602 40cm extenders
Answer by: Ben Pascoe (Admin) on 27 Jun 2018 11:12:00
How long is the buckle strap, will I need an extension strap as I have a rock & roll bed?
Question by: Simon on 14 Apr 2019 17:55:00
The long section is 2 meters and the short including the buckle is 40cm
Answer by: Ben Pascoe (Admin) on 15 Apr 2019 11:09:00
Hi, Will these fit the middle bench seat in a 68 Bay Microbus which has the factory seat belt mount points all in place. Was a little concerned as to whether they will be long enough?

Question by: M J SMITH on 21 May 2018 22:15:00
The belt will be fine for the seat nearest to the window. The other seats will need 2 point lap belts
Answer by: Ben Pascoe (Admin) on 22 May 2018 09:33:00