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Shoulder belt holder
#1
Can someone post a picture of the holder on the headliner that holds the shoulder seat belt up when not in use. Mine were missing and I have no idea what ford used.
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Don

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#2
here are the covers
http://ohiomustang.com/store/order_page.asp?itemid=801

front and back image
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if i remember the cover pops open there is a bolt hole so you remove the bolt for the shoulder belt from the roof, put the bolt through the belt eye through the plastic piece and then bolt it back into the roof the cover then goes over the belt and snaps into the holder(you fold it) and the front shoulder belt slot sticks out, you then wrap the belt back on itself the front gets supported on the belt bungy hooked on the coat rack hook, the center is supported with the belt clip in the headliner and then the eye of the belt snaps into the plastic piece and locks in.
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Are these what you mean? http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/f~cAAOSwrk...s-l300.jpg

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73429mach;244398 Wrote:Are these what you mean? http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/f~cAAOSwrk...s-l300.jpg
Yes thank you. There was one of those in the trunk when I got the car. I couldn't figure out what it was or where it was supposed to go. Do I need just 2? or 4 and where do they go? How do they fasten to the car?
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Don

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1bad71;244422 Wrote:
73429mach;244398 Wrote:Are these what you mean? http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/f~cAAOSwrk...s-l300.jpg
Yes thank you. There was one of those in the trunk when I got the car. I couldn't figure out what it was or where it was supposed to go. Do I need just 2? or 4 and where do they go? How do they fasten to the car?
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Don

I believe you only 2. I per side. They slip down into the headliner trim piece.

1973 Mach 1, Porsche Guards Red, 429/C6
1972 Mach 1, Grabber Blue, 302/C4, currently under construction
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#6
72HCODE;244396 Wrote:here are the covers
http://ohiomustang.com/store/order_page.asp?itemid=801

front and back image
[Image: 140.jpg]


if i remember the cover pops open there is a bolt hole so you remove the bolt for the shoulder belt from the roof, put the bolt through the belt eye through the plastic piece and then bolt it back into the roof the cover then goes over the belt and snaps into the holder(you fold it) and the front shoulder belt slot sticks out, you then wrap the belt back on itself the front gets supported on the belt bungy hooked on the coat rack hook, the center is supported with the belt clip in the headliner and then the eye of the belt snaps into the plastic piece and locks in.
Thanks for the input. I have these I was talking about the little clips in the other post. But thank you for the reply.
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Don

73429mach;244423 Wrote:
1bad71;244422 Wrote:
73429mach;244398 Wrote:Are these what you mean? http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/f~cAAOSwrk...s-l300.jpg
Yes thank you. There was one of those in the trunk when I got the car. I couldn't figure out what it was or where it was supposed to go. Do I need just 2? or 4 and where do they go? How do they fasten to the car?
Thanks
Don

Thank you for the information. Looks like I am just 1 short then. These are very different than the mopar ones so I wasn't sure.
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Don

I believe you only 2. I per side. They slip down into the headliner trim piece.

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#7
I might have a pair. Due to their small size, they could be hiding somewhere in my basement, or they could be in a drawer in the playroom. I'll look tonight and if I have them, I'll be glad to drop em in an envelope and mail them to you.

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#8
yup just 2 of them, there is actually a cut out in the metal headliner trim piece above the door you slide them into the trim piece and move them around a little and they fall into the key'd cut out it should be just forward of center on the headliner.
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Jeff73Mach1;244455 Wrote:I might have a pair. Due to their small size, they could be hiding somewhere in my basement, or they could be in a drawer in the playroom. I'll look tonight and if I have them, I'll be glad to drop em in an envelope and mail them to you.
Wow thank you. I had my seat belts just hanging down and with the window down this summer they blew and just about took out my rear window lol. I would be happy to buy them or at least pay shipping.
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Don

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yup just 2 of them, there is actually a cut out in the metal headliner trim piece above the door you slide them into the trim piece and move them around a little and they fall into the key'd cut out it should be just forward of center on the headliner.
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Thank you for your input. Very helpful.
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Don

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1st search was a failure, but I have another place I'll look this weekend. I've got some parts boxed up at a shop I do a little work out of about 25 miles from home. I'll be there Sunday and take a look

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