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2019/07/10 16:36:12 (permalink)

Inertia reel belts

I am looking to replace my standard 3-point lap and diagonal belts (driver and front pax) on my '69 S with an inertia equivalent.
Anyone any experience of making such an upgrade and, if so, where did you source the belts.
 
With thanks,
Andy

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    KIRK
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    Re: Inertia reel belts 2019/07/10 22:13:20 (permalink)
    Yes on my 1970 911. I used original period Repa hardware from fixed three point belts with inertia reels. All works fine.

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    Re: Inertia reel belts 2019/07/11 16:34:50 (permalink)
    Hi Andy, you could try :-  quickfitsbs.com   0208 206 0101
    They can make you whatever type of seat belts you want and can fit them to your car at their works in Kenton West London.
    Robin.

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    Re: Inertia reel belts 2019/07/12 13:55:29 (permalink)
    KIRK
    Yes on my 1970 911. I used original period Repa hardware from fixed three point belts with inertia reels. All works fine.
    Thanks Kirk.
    Do you have any pictures of your installation? Did you use the existing mounting points?
    Thanks,
    Andy



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    Re: Inertia reel belts 2019/07/12 13:56:30 (permalink)
    Thanks Robin.
    I have spoken with Quickfit and they were very helpful. I may be paying them a visit!
    With thanks,
    Andy
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