|Where Existing Manufacturer Anchor Points Are Present|
Step # 1: Remove the existing seat belt including the outboard side (towards the door) and the short side of the seatbelt on the inboard side.
Step # 2: Using an Angle Bracket Click Here purchased from Wesco, insert a Grade 5 or better 7/16" fine thread bolt through one of the holes in the angle bracket and then into the existing manufacturer's anchor point (threaded hole) that is located on the floor towards the outboard (towards the door) side of the seat as shown in Fig. 1 (the hex bolt should be firmly tightened).
Step # 3: Then insert the another 7/16" fine thread hex bolt (Grade 5 or better) through the hole at the base of the (A) Retractable End and then through the other hole of the angle bracket which you have already attached to the floor. Screw on the lock nut as shown in Fig. 1 and firmly tighten.
Step # 4: This last step installs the short side of the safety seat belt at the inboard position (near the center of the vehicle). There are 2 types of ends:
1. Bench Seat End (20" floppy end)
2. Bucket Seat End (11" curved hard sleeve)
Bench Seat End Installation:
Using the hex bolt from the old seat belt or a new one from Wesco, simply insert the hex bolt through the hole in the (C) End of the bench seat belt end as shown in Fig. A to the left, and then screw the hex bolt into the existing manufacturer's anchor point (threaded hole) and firmly tighten. You're done and ready to enjoy your new seatbelt!
*Note: With the "Bench Seat End" installation, No additional hardware is required whether the anchor point is located on the vehicle floor or on the side of the drive shaft tunnel (the hump that runs down the center of the vehicle floor).