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joehunt
    
Im installing rear seatbelts in my 65 Belvedere II.No factory mounts.Where do I drill the holes?
 
posted: December 29, 2010
 
    
 
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chevygilligboy
    
If you are installing 3-point seatbelts you need one hole in the trans. tunnel a few inches behind the seat, another hole positioned ih the same spot on the edge of the floor next to the door, and yet another hole on the b-piller at shoulder level. Make sure your car's structure is strong and you may have to make adaptors so you can actuallt put tne bolts in.
posted:  January 2, 2011
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