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Before:
http://cmaynard.com/mustang/RedSeatbelta.JPG



Now:
http://cmaynard.com/mustang/RedSeatbeltc.jpg
 

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Randy:

You've got to remember, for Craig, he's looking good........ :p
 

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I mean really. I actually brushed my teeth for this photo shoot. But also forgot to say that it is Andover's 8403B black belts with 8.5" extensions. A 10 minute swap.
 

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Midlife said:
I like the dangly thing off of the door lock knob.
You just complimented Craig's dangly thing.....
 

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The angle of the shoulder sash looks much improved from before. And judging by Austin's expression, it also has a groovier fit :)

Does Andover's 8403B kit include the buckle end and webbing (the short side that mounts to the transmission tunnel)?
 

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Wow! You even took the time to change your shirt :lol:

Frank
 

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Ken,
It has all buckles and straps necessary. All but the mounting hardware.

Crusty, go back to sleep :lol:.
 

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Very nice, Craig. I've made a note for my future seatbelt plans for Blu. :thumbup:
 

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Charles,
Don't fall into Randy's trap.
 

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Todd,
Are you serious? It's a poor man car parking helper. You drive into the garage and aim to have the hanging tennis ball (hung from rafters) line up with your steering column to control your left and right spacing. And as soon as the glass touches the ball determines how far you have parked into the garage.

This keep the car away from the clothes washer and dryer up front and yet the car just foward enough that the garage door wont hit the back of the car.
 

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And you probably eliminated 18" or more of webbing at the same time.

Nice work :thumbup:
 
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