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Old 02-13-2013, 06:47 PM
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saggy seatbelts

Well with age I have noticed somethings starting to sag. Heck I will never forget the first time the boys sagged down into the icey water....but thats not what Im talkin about, my dang seat belts are saggin something bad! Im reeley getting tired of watching my life slam the door time after time with the seat belt jammed in it,while she looks at me with that "what is wrong with this truck now" look in her eyes.....so I ask can you adjust a seat belt that dosnt suck all the way back in or do I just have to replace it with young fresh new stuff? Thanks
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Old 02-14-2013, 05:10 AM
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This aint lookin good.....
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my drivers side does the same thing piss`s me off. Happens half the time i use it.
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This aint lookin good.....
You need some new seat belts! I wonder where you gould get those Hmmmmmmmm
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Old 02-14-2013, 01:50 PM
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You need some new seat belts! I wonder where you gould get those Hmmmmmmmm
you are the devil...you know that?
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Hahahahaha i try


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Old 02-14-2013, 02:09 PM
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Maybe you could try blowing out the tensioner with air, see if there are some lubrication points. But...with a spring or something in there, I don't know if I'd try much more.

You might have to make a deal with the 'devil'
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Old 02-14-2013, 02:28 PM
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Maybe you could try blowing out the tensioner with air, see if there are some lubrication points. But...with a spring or something in there, I don't know if I'd try much more.

You might have to make a deal with the 'devil'
Ya Im not to sure how much repair work I wanna do with these was kinda hopin they have a biult in adjustment.
As far as dealin with the devil, he has made me a few deals to good to turn down.
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Your truck still needs camo!!! LOL


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