uber rare, rear 3 point inertia seatbelt bracket

Discussion in 'Late Bay Parts Classifieds' started by davidoft, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. davidoft

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    They’re white under the black paint ;)
     
  2. These would work with statics as well? To improve the angle for shoulder belt?

    I could also do with a better drivers seat for a 76-77 bay to re-recover mine is shot.

    I think you are the man of my dreams in this situation?
     
  3. davidoft

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    They would work with statics but I think I the inertia reels are better, pm me for seatness
     
  4. Baysearcher

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    He's the man of dreams in most situations
    According to @Ermintrude
    :)
     
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  5. :confused:
    have you been on the funny juice again? :D
     
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  6. davidoft

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    You knows you luvs me :D
     
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  7. i do :)
     
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  8. I think he miss-spelt dreams. This is how he meant to spell it - nightmares!!
     
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  9. davidoft

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  10. Hi David could I have one for the RHS please. Pm me your PayPal (I should know it off by heart now!)
     
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  11. @davidoft these are really well made, as you know, but having an early bus means I'm going to have to return them and get something different made up and tested locally.
    Are you going to Lutterworth on the 8th?
    How much was the postage part of what I sent through originally?
    Cheers,
    Mike.
     
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  12. @davidoft I'm going to have to return these because they're too long for my purposes, and the fuel filler pipe gets in the way of fitting on one side .... Shame because they're reeeeeeally well made - as you know!
    Could you let me know what the pair was before adding postage?
    If you're definitely going to that fabulous bash in Lutterworth on the 8th I can bring them along :thumbsup:
     
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  13. PM was taking a while so this was just to "bump" ....
    (Didn't realise I'd double posted btw ... Thought the first one hadn't gone through)
     
  14. Afternoon! What’s the code for the suitable seatbelts for these? One of my belts has just spilled its innards and need a new one. Can’t remember which one I have? Cheers!
     
  15. Baysearcher

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    I used a Securon 264
     
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  17. davidoft

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    possibly got an prototype solution coming for the filler neck issue :)
     
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  18. I haven't fixed mine yet but it looks like you can angle them back slightly at the top so the lower end clears the filler ... Probably needs an extra welded or bolted plate with a threaded centre-hole, for the lower end?
    I was thinking a roughly 3" square "washer" with four corner holes to bolt through .......
     

  19. Nick, thanks for posting these pictures. They are very helpful. I bought a couple of davidoft brackets (thanks David!) and am trying to figure out what to do about the bracket that would otherwise sit inside the wardrobe cabinet. In your pictures it looks like you have a full width bench that blocks the wardrobe cabinet door. Am I seeing this correctly? My bus is a LHD with the wardrobe cabinet on the left (I have not shortened it), but my 3/4 width bench ends at the storage/icebox cabinet (roughly the same width) as wardrobe cabinet. Do you have a wider angle shot of your interior so I can get a better perspective?
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