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Chrome Lift Lever Lap Seat Belt

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Chrome Lift Lever Lap Seat Belt
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Chrome Lift Lever Lap Seat Belt
Chrome Lift Lever Lap Seat Belt  - alternative view 1
Chrome Lift Lever Lap Seat Belt  - alternative view 2
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  • Sizing Info
  • Easy install belts classic retro-look chrome buckle lift lever belt choose: adjusts to maximum of 60" 74" 90" 110" or 140".
  •   60" belt: male non-adjustable end: 24 inches
      74" belt: male non-adjustable end: 30 inches
      90" belt: male non-adjustable end: 46 inches
      110" belt: male non-adjustable end: 74 inches
      140" belt: male non-adjustable end: 93 inches
  • All belts work in either driver, middle or passenger position.
  • These lap belts are Safety tested and approved, assembled, sewn and packaged in the USA.
  • This is a Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) #209 & #302 Approved and meets Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) J386 specs safety harness! Tested in the USA
  • These seatbelts are lap belts only (no shoulder harness) NON-retractable, adjustable length and are universal fit. So they will fit perfectly on most any car, van or truck.
  • Width is 1-7/8" which is refered to as 2"
  • We also have an industrial 3" lap belt which is (SAE) J386 approved. Click Here to See
  • Price includes 1 restraint.
  • Are you an extra large driver? Using our 90" 110" or 140" lap belts can be an alternative to using a seat belt extender.
  • As well as passenger car, these are a popular choice for Industrial vehicles including forklift, tractor, bus and golf cart.
  • Each optional 212 bolt kit includes all the hardware that you need for for 1 person, for one seat.
  • Now also available in the colors White and Ivory.
  • We never charge for our custom colors!

  • ***For cars before 1970 front seat installations, usually require 74 inch length or longer. We strongly recommend that you measure carefully before ordering.***
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    Retrofit Anchor Points Info:

    Will These SeatBelts Work for My Car Without Having to Retrofit?

    Our seat belts are Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) #209 & #302 approved; meaning that they are the safest seatbelts available and they are universal fit aftermarket restraints. If you are replacing existing belts with the same type of belt (example: lap belt for a lap belt), then these belts should work perfectly and replacement will probably be accomplished within minutes. (Just be sure to measure your existing straps, so that you order the correct length). If there are no existing seatbelts in your car, it is possible that there are anchorage points (threaded holes) existing in your car, but no belts. You need to check to see if these anchorage points are present and if so, there should be no problem.

    Important: If the necessary anchorage points are NOT present, then proper anchorage points must be safely added before installation.

    Manufacturer Anchor Point History by Year:
    Here is a brief history of what years anchorage points were added to U.S. automobiles: Most U.S. passenger cars, beginning with 1962 models, have seat belt anchorages for at least 2 lap belts in the front seat, but not all autos. Starting in 1964, all U.S. cars were manufactured with seat belt anchorages for at least two lap belts in the front seat. Since January 1968, U.S. passenger car and light truck manufacturers have been required to install lap belt and shoulder belt anchorages at each front "outboard" (driver side and passenger side, not middle) seating position (except convertibles) as well as lap belt anchorages at all other seating positions. Since 1/1/72, this same requirement became effective for trucks. In 1986, GM began phasing in 3 point (lap belts with shoulder restraints) for the rear outboard seats of their vehicles and the other major U.S. manufacturers followed suit over the next 3-4 years.