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Seatbelt Delete Plugs - Wanted


I am looking for some of these seat belt delete plugs GM part number 4894837

New or used - Mine are crumbling due to old undercoating.

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I never even knew there was a seat belt plug and then in the last few weeks I see someone advertising it and someone selling some.

I bought some handles from this guy recently and he is selling the plug that you are looking for.  Perhaps you have seen it already and you are looking for more reasonable priced plugs.

Frank

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1962-66-GM-NOS-SEAT-BELT-ANCHOR-BOLT-HOLE-PLUG-CHEVY-BUICK-OLDS-PONTIAC-4894837/324035649255?hash=item4b72079ee7:g:nWIAAOSw241Yd~Lm



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Thanks - I did see those and may have borrowed a picture... I think they are a lot steep in price and am hoping to find some reasonable priced ones.

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https://www.camarocentral.com/1967_1981_Firewall_Pad_Rubber_Plugs_4_Piece_Set_p/int-487.htm

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1221 Hwy 5 West, RR 1, Dundas Ontario L9H 5E1 Tel. (905)627-4527 Order 1-866-767-2787 Fax (905)627-3210  

They are just down the road from you  
Easy phone call

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Lots of good information - I saw the Camaro ones too but think the diameter is too small. I am trying to see what I can find out about them. Spoke to antique Chev but they did not have or know if they are available other than a generic plug. i am hoping to replace with correct as the car is very original.

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The seat belt rubber plugs are also the same ones that hold the firewall insulation pad on.  There are a ton of them sticking thru the firewall on Abody cars, and i think fulsize too.  grab some of them, they will be in better shape than the ones in the floor.

Tough to find in reproduction, just not the same nice soft rubber as the originals



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beaumontguru wrote:

The seat belt rubber plugs are also the same ones that hold the firewall insulation pad on.  There are a ton of them sticking thru the firewall on Abody cars, and i think fulsize too.  grab some of them, they will be in better shape than the ones in the floor.

Tough to find in reproduction, just not the same nice soft rubber as the originals


 They can be a bugger to remove with damaging them. Have you had luck?



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Not much luck here,  i grab them any chance i get in the junkyards, but most of the time they puncture when re installing.



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check Metro Molded Rubber.  They offer several rubber plugs / bumpers

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Thanks. Ill look into some of these options.

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Those in my Canadian 62 Bel Air didn't look like that, I have some pics, hope you can see them. As I recall they were rubber and pointed where those in the firewall were plastic and flat. Not sure if by 64 they were the same or not.

 

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DonSSDD wrote:

As I recall they were rubber and pointed where those in the firewall were plastic and flat. Not sure if by 64 they were the same or not.


 '64 Canadian fullsize Pontiac firewall plugs (that hold the insulation on) are plastic, ribbed and pointed. They break pretty easily when you try to remove them.



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On the A bodies, the firewall insulation plugs are the rubber ones pictured at the top of the page,  from 1964-1967 atleast.



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Hi..... I've owned Corvettes for over 35 years. Those plugs are readily available from Corvette parts suppliers, firewall carpet plugs. Easily removed, spray them with WD40 and use a set of needle nose pliers. Re-install is the hard part, but try this. old screwdriver with a little bigger diameter than the centre hole, cut the end off and round it out on a grinding wheel so it's nice and smooth and round, WD40 and take your time and work it in to place slowly.

Hope that helps...

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Lookslike these are the repro ones, but none of these #s match the original.  If anyone knows if the diameter is the same, post it up here.

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Firewall-Carpet-Hold-Down-Plug-Set-11-38-85-Chevy-Corvair-Corvette-more/361895817134

 

"Part # history.
Original # in the 56/57 Corvette Assembly was 3654537.  This was changed to 3726785 on 9/5/1956.  3726785 was changed to 3730562.  3730562 replaced by 3764424



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thanks for the information. I have 2 used ones on the way. I will be able to get proper dimensions soon. I believe the firewall plugs are too small diameter. Not sure yet though.

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here is the approximate size. 1" Wide. 1"Long. Shaft. For 7/16 Hole

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