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Thread: Shoulder belt bushings for a late 60s thru early 70s Targa

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    Shoulder belt bushings for a late 60s thru early 70s Targa

    Hello, Iím looking for the bushings that reside behind the targa bar padding for the upper shoulder belt attachment. Thanks! John

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    Have one bushing that came with a scrap yard 1969 Repa seat belt- not needed for my coupe, maybe came from a targa? The inside of the bushing is too small for the Repa shoulder bolt, but a 11mm x 1.25 pitch bolt will fit. Have one bolt of this size about 1Ē long- donít know of any other bolts of this size on the car. Bushing dimensions are ID 11.6mm, large OD is 19.1mm, two small ODs are 14.8 and 14.4mm-length 11mm
    If interested how about an offer?
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