Seatbelts

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  1. danie_jc

    danie_jc Read Only Funster

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    Hi, I could do with replacing the drivers seatbelt mechanism (or even the whole seatbelt) on my left hand drive motorhome - any ideas where I can find a replacement or even new one? Its a MB100D Chassis. Apart from Mercedes (whom I have emailed and not recieved a reply) where would be the best place to look? Any advice welcomed. :Smile:
     
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    Hi

    I would visit a scrapyard .. bound to have something suitable..

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    I would imagine that either Star Spangled Spanners or Stateside Tuning will be able to help you with that one.

    Jim
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    Thanks for those - shame I'm not going to Germany for a few months - as there are loads of these MB100D vans in scrapyards over there. I'm guessing that any old seatbelt will not do - as it will need to be the correct length and fitment?
     
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    I there a message in there danie :BigGrin:

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    No message - they are just as common place in Germany as transits are here. The TUV (German MOT) is quite strict and many of these vans end up in the scapyards, just as transits do here.
     

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