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Rear Seat Belt Keepers

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We like to drive around with the tops down or off of our Jeeps, but the rear seat belts flap in the wind.  Eventually we learn to just ignore the noise, but we still don't like them flopping around.  I happened to be at Home Depot looking for a few other things when I walked by the Velcro section.  I spotted these neat little straps hanging on a hook.  Now I know they are a little long at 36 inches, but they wrap around the bar nicely, and if I need to I have a convenient strap for other uses.

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Just wrap them around the belt and roll bar twice then hook the velcro and you are done.
Package Velcro Strap Installed

This page last updated: 16-Apr-2008

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