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Author Topic: Flavia Coupe 2000, 1970. Seat belts  (Read 141 times)
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alan284flavia
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« on: 31 December, 2021, 06:41:34 PM »

My Flavia has no rear belts but having now got a bouncy Golden Retriever to match the gold car, I feel I need to restrain him but am unsure as to mountings for rear belts, I did change fronts to inertias ok but dog restraints push into buckle of the belt, loose lap belts would do. My Subaru Outback has solid rear headrest stems and I can hook a restraint around them as belt stalks are covered by seat cover but Flavia Coupe has no rear headrests.
Any suggestions welcomed
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frankxhv773t
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« Reply #1 on: 01 January, 2022, 10:05:57 AM »

A 1970 car should have mounting bolts under the back seat for at least lap belts as a legal requirement shouldn't it? If it's only the dog you are concerned about you would be able to bolt in the just receiving end of a modern seat belt for the dog restraint to click into. You can get just that bit cheaply online through Amazon, E-bay or whatever and it's a simple spanner job to install it.
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