On the back side there is a hole
molded into the trim piece were the hole must be drilled. We used a
multi hole bit.
Now that the seat is out of the way we can really get at
those belts. And can easily be unbolted.
Unbolt the old belts remembering to be careful not to
snap bolts. If they are really tight you may have to work them in and
out turning them out a little more each time until it is loose.
After you drill the hole and make sure it is big enough, you can
reinstall the trim piece and bolt the shoulder point of the belt in
After you bolt it in place the
belt has a trim piece of its own that covers the bolt. Snap that in
place and that portion of the belts installation is complete.
Now to mount the retractor portion of the belts. This
point also is getting mounted to the stock location. First though we
must bolt the L bracket in place to give our retractor somewhere to get
With the L bracket in place and bolted tightly to the
floor and the bracket that is attached to the webing in place we can
bolt it all together. Just make sure that the belt is not twisted at
this point before you really tighten the nut and bolt.
The other side of the webbing has this bracket attached
to it. Make sure that you bolt that bracket between the L bracket and
And bolt the new belts in. Remember
it is important that you never use our retractor portion of the belt
with another buckle. Even if it looks like it will work it may not hold
in the event of an accident. These belts are not designed to
interchange with any other belts and must be used together.
Now that the buckle portion of the
belts are installed you can put the seat back in. Now it is time to do
the other side.