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post #16 of 25 (permalink) Old Apr 11th, 19, 06:09 PM
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Little dark but try this
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post #17 of 25 (permalink) Old Apr 11th, 19, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
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Little dark but try this
Exactly what I have

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Got my 3 point belt out of a Silverado at a junk yard for $20. Pick your car and your color at the yard for cheap. Done it several times. Keep in mind, some say I am cheap, but I work hard for my $$ and try to save when I can. Bolts up on my 69 were the original roof ones went.
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I made mine from scrap stainless
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I always wear my lap belt but also want to wear the shoulder belt more often. The shoulder belt is cumbersome to always fold back up into the ceiling clips on the ceiling and also having to double buckle is a pain.
I do agree! It is a pain!!!
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I do agree! It is a pain!!!
what is your opinion of adjusting valves or removing an axle
folding a seat belt is no problem
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I don't use my shoulder belt because its a pain to put back up on the headliner. I also removed the buckle half to remove the clutter from the rear floor board. Simple fix.

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what is your opinion of adjusting valves or removing an axle
folding a seat belt is no problem
I would rather remove an axle than adjust valves. I think when I have the 427 rebuilt in my '66 Vette I'm going to go with a roller cam and roller lifters.
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what is your opinion of adjusting valves [IMG class=inlineimg]/forums/images/Camaros_net_2016/smilies/tango_face_crying.png[/IMG]or removing an axle[IMG class=inlineimg]/forums/images/Camaros_net_2016/smilies/tango_face_crying.png[/IMG]
folding a seat belt is no problem
I would rather remove an axle than adjust valves. I think when I have the 427 rebuilt in my '66 Vette I'm going to go with a roller cam and roller lifters.
Hardly compares. Something you do maybe once or twice in 10 years to something you do every couple days???
I'd rather replace the axle. At least when I'm finished i'm done for at least 10 years

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