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I NEED TO HAVE SOME SEAT BELTS DYED TO LOOK NICE AGAIN. DOES ANYO NE DO THIS? OR DO I BUY NEW? DENVER
 

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Try Ssnakeoyl in Texas, they have been doing it for years and do good work.

68 GT500
68 1/2 CJ Coupe

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we had some discussion in here about dying them yourself. try the search feature
good luck & dont get it on ya
mike o

[color:blue]'65 wimbledon white original coupe I6
'99 silver convertible V6

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I got mine done by Dallas Mustang Parts a couple of years ago. Not sure if they still do it.

Rich
1966 GT convertible
 
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I dyed myself (rit dye) on the stove in very warm, but not boiling water - believe me, boiling water warped and therefore ruined the plastic on several of my belts. Rit works great. Just keep rinsing until the dye no longer bleeds off. I was told to soak the belts in a water/vinegar solution as the final step, this will prevent the belts from bleeding. Good luck!

70 Mach 1 (351C 4V 4-speed) I've been restoring since '96. 95% complete. Also have a '68 HT (289 2-speed) that I restored between '97-98 and is FOR SALE! The VMF has proven to be an invaluable resource for information, humor and excellent advice.
 
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