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    Does anyone have these Moss 3-point seat belts (or the similar TRF static 3-point belts)?
    https://mossmotors.com/vintage-hook-...oint-seatbelts

    My '69 currently just has lap belts, and i'd like to upgrade to 3-point belts. Higher cost and apparent lack of reel mounting point are making me think about the static versions rather than the inertia reel versions, but would like to hear how much of a hassle it is to adjust the belts for different people. I'm currently the only driver, but passengers can change regularly.

    If i go with the inertia versions, i assume i'd need to drill a hole an mount them where the inner fender and shelf meet? That's what it looks like from some photos i found, but want to confirm before ordering I also wonder how well the shoulder belt works with the '69's seats. Any photos of similar conversions appreciated.
    Last edited by frostr6; 08-11-2019, 06:27 PM.
    Bill Connell
    1969 TR6 CC28790
    TR6 project log
    St. Paul MN

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    I have a 71 w the 3-point static. Not a giant fan. Adjusting behind the seat whilst you’re sitting ain’t easy
    So much rust, so little time

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      The 3rd mounting point is near the top of the wheel arch and I believe it has a reinforcing plate welded inside the wheel arch with a blind nut welded to the plate.
      1976 TR6 originally white now Porsche Voodoo Blue
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