Seat Belt Hardware
- (2) Seat Belt Mounting Brackets: (90 degree Angle) 1 1/4 in. W x 1 7/8 in. H x 3/16 in. thick zinc plated steel with (2) 1/2 in. holes
- (2) Seat Belt Mounting Bracket Bolts: Belt to Bracket, 7/16 in.-20 x 1 in. grade 5
- (2) Seat Belt Mounting Bracket Bolts: Bracket to Floor, 7/16 in.-20 x 1 1/2 in. grade 5
- (2) Seat Belt Mounting Bracket Floor Washer: 2 1/2 in. O.D. x .078 in. thick with 7/16 in. center hole
- (4) Seat Belt Mounting Bracket Nuts: 7/16 in.-20 grade 5
- (4) Seat Belt Mounting Bracket Lock Washers: 7/16 in. grade 5
- (1) Seat Belt Upper Anchor Plate: 3 in. L x 1 1/4 in. W x 1/8 in. thick with 7/16 in.-20 threaded center hole
- (1) Seat Belt Upper Anchor bolt: 7/16 in.-20 x 1 1/8 in. L grade 5 with 1/4 in. shoulder for belt pivot
Buckle-Up for Safety
JEGS Seat Belts are manufacured with your safety in mind and are available in 2-point or 3-point configurations with choice of latch styles and webbing colors. Each seat belt goes through vigorous automotive testing and meets FMVSS 209/302 (Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards). Regardless of original equipment motor vehicle safety standards, vintage vehicles require seat belts to meet modern day automotive regulations. Our universal seat belts are available separately and are interchangeable between the driver or passenger side of your vehicle. We also offer kits that include mounting hardware.
Is this set for 1 seatbelt or two?
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