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67 front seat belt retractor


Just found some blue seat belts for my Parisienne!

But of course there is a small problem,

Here goes, the passenger side retractor has spun the steel shaft inside the 

plastic bushing, the shaft has a raised knurled part that should fit tight

but alas it is loose.

Easy to fix with a new or good used plastic bushing or knurled shaft or both

Anyone have the parts I need?

or

Does anyone know where to buy these parts??

I have a feeling because of liability getting these parts repoped might be tricky??

There is a place called Snake Oyl I plan on calling them tomorrow 

but not sure if selling parts is there thing?

looks like they like to restore belts,and I understand that.

Is there a Place in Canada that I could deal with?

As always thanks Greg



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Here is a tutorial that shows the pin and bushing

.http://442restoration.homestead.com/Seat_Belt_Replacement.html



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Do any members have an old used retractor?

even if the plastic housing is cracked and the webbing material

is gross and dirty?

with that Im sure I can fix mine

Thanks Greg



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I might have one Greg.



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Ive got a 5 gallon pail full of older than 69 belts. If you post a pic of the retractor your looking for Ill have a peek in my bucket.

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Thanks North!

I have one coming already

But I sure do appreciate your offer!



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for cleaning seatbelts try the dry cleaners. Been told it works great

Dale @ NOS



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NOS wrote:

for cleaning seatbelts try the dry cleaners. Been told it works great

Dale @ NOS


A buddy of mine used to put seatbelts in the dishwasher.  He said it worked great.



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Top rack?

I know it works for hats

worth a try on some old webbing first

thanks for the tip!



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seventy2plus2 wrote:
NOS wrote:

for cleaning seatbelts try the dry cleaners. Been told it works great

Dale @ NOS


A buddy of mine used to put seatbelts in the dishwasher.  He said it worked great.


Send your wife out for the day first.wink 



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