Centre rear seatbelt fitting

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Bigface
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Centre rear seatbelt fitting

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Hi all -

Anyone know of anyone who could supply and fit a seatbelt for the centre seat of my R&R bed in my area (North Yorks/North East)? I’d be happy fitting the brickwerks supplied one to the sliding door side, but I’m after a further 3-point to replace the centre lap belt.

I’ve seen some photos of other users’ setups on here, just struggling to find someone to supply and fit in my area.

TIA,

Bigface.

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garyd
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Re: Centre rear seatbelt fitting

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Hi, I'm surpised that you have had no responses in nearly a month.

I can't offer you a supplier/fitter in your area but would recommend contacting https://www.quickfitsbs.com/index.php for your belts.

Also try a forum search for 'rear seat belts garyd' as I have responded several times on this subject. It is all fairly straight forward and you might be able to do it yourself.

Have a read of the search results and let me know if you have questions.
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Re: Centre rear seatbelt fitting

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First off - ignore the trim - it's long gone!

A couple of photos showing the top mounts for the side seat and the centre seat. The centre belt has two buckles so the the 'fixed' end can be released and fully retracted into the roller when camping rather than driving.

Hope these help
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Re: Centre rear seatbelt fitting

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I can't offer you a supplier/fitter in your area but would recommend contacting https://www.quickfitsbs.com/index.php for your belts.
Just a note. I used this company to refurbish a set of static seat belts for a classic Rover. Not only did they lose all the original fittings when replacing the webbing, despite agreeing to rechrome and use them, but when I got them back, they had been assembled such that if you pulled on them, they just slipped throug the fittings and came undone. They were totally lethal. I complained and the eventually fixed them but somewhat reluctantly. I would not recommend them at all!

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Hi I used http://www.safetybeltservices.co.uk/ to make up a seat belt for me, I believe they make the ones that Brickwerk sale. They make them up to any measurements. They didn't provide the mounting points which I got separately, I think form Ebay.

 
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Re: Centre rear seatbelt fitting

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If you're willing to swap out the whole seat then M1camperbeds make a full width RnR bed with integral three point seat belts.  You might be able to remove your cushions and fix them to the new bed frame.  It would avoid any welding of new anchor points although it wouldn't be the cheapest option.

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