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Then bolt the seat belt retractor in place and bolt the upper bolt into the nut/washer you just welded in place. But be careful and put a small sleeve around the bolt so you do not dent the back side where your door shuts. There is not much room behind the nut/washer. http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/h...CN11761132.jpg
I did not put my side panels on because I have not put the new interior on it yet. I just put the seat belt on so you could see what it looks like. The rest is easy just bolt the front part into the existing seat belt holes.
There are other way you can do this but this is what I came up with! I already put my new headliner in and did not what to remove it to put the upper seat belt harness location up there.
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