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somewhere in my late night travels around the internet or possibly on this site, I saw a picture of rear shoulder belts where the retractors etc were mounted under the rear deck.  If I recall they were in the out board positions.


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I wish I had know about the factory anchors in the C pillar like the photo above.  If I had I would have gone that route since I need a new headliner anyway.  Here's what I ended up doing when I installed the rear buckets (again with the help from Al - aka BlueDevils):




1974 2002 Malaga tii (Maggie): Work in progress, daily driver

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Here's an alternative I concocted with help from Al.  Requires no cutting up of the rear deck and mounts in locations provided by the factory.



I run this same set-up. I saw Byas's original posting a while back and he pointed me in Al's (Bluedevils) direction. Belts are great and that anchor point was perfect. Thanks again guys.

mike tunney

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bnam's are modified front Repa set (with new retractors) used at the rear using orginal repa female rear buckles. The male buckles from the original rear belts were installed to front set because front male buckles won't fit the rear female buckles (thicker metal plates), I know it is complicated!


 Bpbates retractors are brand new Autoliv aftermarket, with NOS male 6er (Autoflug or Repa) buckles installed to match the 6er's orginal female buckles.


Send me an email if you want a custom rear set made for your 2002, 6er,E21,5er, 3.0CS coupe 911, MB, etc. 

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