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    WTB: Repa seat belt male end

    1970 911t stock Repa seat belt. Passenger side male end piece has a missing "rod" so lap part of belt can't thread through. Looking to replace it with similar piece. Thank you.

    Nauman
    nauman.aiza@gmail.com
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    Hi,

    Just buy any old VW seat belt from the Samba and you are in business. If you can't find it I can probably help you out.

    Cees

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    Great. Thanks. I'll check out the samba.

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    seat belt

    This is what you need. Good luck.

    Cees
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    Thanks. Great forum here. A member contacted me and sold me this missing "rod"

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