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Thread: Satanic detail, help needed! Repa seatbelts.

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    Satanic detail, help needed! Repa seatbelts.

    Could anyone be so kind as to post a picture to show the shade of orange of the thread that runs down the center of an original repa belt?

    Thanks as always for any help, Mike
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    Heres a shot.
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    Hi Mike.

    I have a NOS pair that you could borrow, to copy if you get down to, chislehurst kent sometime.

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    Dave

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    66S that's fantastic thanks so much for that, just what I needed!
    Only problem is you included the tags/labels, looks like I'll have to copy those now as well...............

    Stretch, you have a PM
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    repa belts

    Mike, if you're going to reproduce the tag for a 911, I think that a 911 part number is more appropriate

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    Quote Originally Posted by vipergruen View Post
    Mike, if you're going to reproduce the tag for a 911, I think that a 911 part number is more appropriate

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    Andrea, is the retractor mechanism in your photo a REPA unit or Autoflug?

    I know the rest of the belt/hardware is REPA.

    I'm trying to figure out an anomoly I have.
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    Michael, it's a REPA unit. Has a VW symbol, I've been told that that's correct as the retractor is form a VW car, but am not 100% sure.
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    Thanks Andrea, I'll have to take a couple of pics of the one retractor belt I have. All of the hardware/tags indicate 68 but, the winder is Autoflug. When I picked it up at a swap I thought it was cobbled up. First thought was it couldn't be original but, the more I looked at it, the more it looked totally stock.

    Anyone else with 68-71 auto belts care to chime in with the make of their retractor?
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