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Old 07-16-2008, 03:39 AM   #21
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Seems like even the non airbag cars had the stitch belts, some people cut the loop, some don't.

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Old 07-16-2008, 03:44 AM   #22
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hawfhawf hay u guyz yesterday i fucked a polar bear and it was awesome but i think my little sister is gonna be mad cause i accidentally taped over her barney videos. what could i do the big guy was in heat and i wasn't going to ask him to hang on while I found a blank hi-8 tape.

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hurr newayz installing turboz is for newbz u should all get a job that makes u hella bank and takes u away from home 4 lyk a bajillion days a year

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First off.. WTF??

Second, minus bank.... Welcome to my shitty life.

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Eeeeh, Savington? I think that little sister may have gotten a hold of your password there. Or perhaps the polar bear was indeed a demon who possessessedded you body and made you type a lot of crap while your soul tormented?

Where are the stitches located on the belt? I have never seen them myself, but to have effect they have to be somewhere on the stretch of belt that runs from you hip to the roll at your shoulder, right? Otherwise, they would not do much difference.
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I'm about to use some of these frequent flies miles to deltsmash your skulls. You've been warned. If I didn't have an 18-year old coming over, I'd write some long, drawn out description of house I'm going to horsefuck your soul.
I sent that girl over there for ya, BTW she's actually only 15 and has the gift that keeps on giving.
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Eeeeh, Savington? I think that little sister may have gotten a hold of your password there. Or perhaps the polar bear was indeed a demon who possessessedded you body and made you type a lot of crap while your soul tormented?

Where are the stitches located on the belt? I have never seen them myself, but to have effect they have to be somewhere on the stretch of belt that runs from you hip to the roll at your shoulder, right? Otherwise, they would not do much difference.
it's within that thick piece of cloth with the warning label. And you will also notice that 1990-1993 miatas without passenger side airbags still have that loop on the passenger side.
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Run 5-6pt harness. Problem solved
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Run 5-6pt harness. Problem solved
I suspect this is an ideal route. I'm waiting on 6pt harnesses myself before I install my new steering wheel (even though my old stock on is all "scabby").

Throw in my roll bar has impeded in my stock seat belts ability to function correctly.
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Old 07-18-2008, 07:01 PM   #29
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Run 5-6pt harness. Problem solved
I have a 6-point harness, but not for the street.
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