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New TRW/Repa Seat Belts Made in Germany Colors

New German TRW/Repa seat belts with red and other webbing colors.  

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  1. 1. New TRW/repa belts with colored webbing. Interested?



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I am posting this to test if there is an interest about new seat belts with different colors other than black. Belts will be manufactured in Germany to fit perfectly to any 2002/1600, late or early models. Please search my other recent posts for new seat belts with black webbing. Price will be around  $350-$360/pair (TBD) plus shipping and paypal.

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When might these be available (or even the black if the colors don't work out <I voted for Orange :)> )?  I have an early '72 with the non-adjustable center-loop belts!

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The project was put on hold due to lack of interest. If you need re-webbing of your Klippan manual belts (in black), contact me around first week of June, I may be off help, price being depending on the condition of the hardware like buckles metal parts etc. I still have a few TRW/Repa sets with black webbing left over that can be retrofitted in your early car with some simple mods.

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I already live in Germany... Would you care to share your supplier to order a set here? I'd love some Yellow to match my MOMO. 

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There is a minimum order on the webbing length, as well as the number of retractors. Webbing is manufactured by Elastic-Berger GmbH & Co. (Berger group). Try searching locally. I am not sharing my  resources with anybody.

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6 hours ago, bluedevils said:

The project was put on hold due to lack of interest. If you need re-webbing of your Klippan manual belts (in black), contact me around first week of June, I may be off help, price being depending on the condition of the hardware like buckles metal parts etc. I still have a few TRW/Repa sets with black webbing left over that can be retrofitted in your early car with some simple mods.

al 

Actually, I'm looking to replace the Klippan tangle of belts (and the center loop has a notch cut in it from the clip rubbing over the years!).  Are the TRW/Repa the type with a retractor?  That's what I'd love to install.  After Orange, Black is my second choice, so I'd be very willing to get those.  What 'simple mods' would be necessary?

ps. I think I saw your M-stripe belts at Mid-America...I put a handful of raffle tickets in for them, but missed out :( 

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Yes those were mine, JP got a great deal (free). Yes, they are with a retractor,  a pair was also raffled at Mid America 02 Fest, Jason Gibson (Eurotrash) won them! I can add orange webbing but you need to buy and send the webbing to me. I can sticth them into new retractor assemblies but this will void any warranty or liability, in fact no seat belts seller/manufacturer will give you any warranty which applies only to uninstalled sets.  There are articles at the FAQ construction zone showing how to install inertia belts to early cars. Do a google search within FAQ for Peacock method, or search for "installing inertia belts to early cars" or something like that.

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There is a minimum order on the webbing length, as well as the number of retractors. Webbing is manufactured by Elastic-Berger GmbH & Co. (Berger group). Try searching locally. I am not sharing my  resources with anybody.


Rad, thanks :) I’d probably look to rebuild my retractors and just install new webbing. Mine is getting a bit frayed/old.


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Hey Al! are you coming to Asheville this weekend for the Vintage? ...should I load up the wagon with goodies? Hope to see you there., 

Dave V. in Morganton

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Look forward to it. I'll have a few parts and some cool t-shirts at hotel Fri PM....Maybe next year, you should have a tent with lovely frauleins mit lederhosen demonstrating a set of your re-furbed (and outstanding) shoulder/seatbelts...

travel safely.  DV

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On 5/15/2019 at 4:49 PM, bluedevils said:

Yes those were mine, JP got a great deal (free). Yes, they are with a retractor,  a pair was also raffled at Mid America 02 Fest, Jason Gibson (Eurotrash) won them! I can add orange webbing but you need to buy and send the webbing to me. I can sticth them into new retractor assemblies but this will void any warranty or liability, in fact no seat belts seller/manufacturer will give you any warranty which applies only to uninstalled sets.  There are articles at the FAQ construction zone showing how to install inertia belts to early cars. Do a google search within FAQ for Peacock method, or search for "installing inertia belts to early cars" or something like that.

Thanks, I'll search the FAQ.

I think the Inka version would look really nice in Precious, any suggestions on where to look for Orange webbing and how much I'd need to get?  Also, what are the specs you need (width, material type, etc).  If it's too outrageous (or I have to buy 100 yds), I'll fall back on the black version.

ps. I put raffle tickets in for the black ones too, but missed those too :(  My bad luck was JP & Jason's good luck :) 

 

Also, I've been checking the other posts and see where others have had the rear-seat Klippans redone in matching webbing...this looks VERY nice :)  How much webbing would be needed for full front and rear belt replacements (with your retractors on the fronts)?

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