Interior Resto Seat Belt Help

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  1. KDestroyer

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    Hello All, Has anyone replaced the front seat belts? I'm thinking the seat belt kit on LMR are "inserts" so to speak. I assume you reuse the white plastic housing and simply insert the the new seat belt kit. If so, do I need to drill out rivet to the outer white housing? Any ides before I start cutting drilling? Thanks
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    Any luck? I too need new belts. Edit: damn no kit for a 95
     
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    Link to inserts to understand what you are referring to?
     
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    The picture is not of front seat belts. They are showing rear coupe shoulder belts
     
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    No shoulders for rears. The LMR belts bolt right in.
     

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