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From album Sittin low by SittinLow
Top portion trial fit. Center strip is for console

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Crazyfast79TA
Jan 14, 2014 at 11:38 am
If you want a clean appearance without rivets, try 3M VHB Acrylic Foam Tape. Commonly known as double side tape. It holds the stainless panels on lower sections of pick-up trucks!
 
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SittinLow
Jan 14, 2014 at 2:57 am
Yes its a seperate shoulder strap out of a 90's Acura. Was thinking about a four point harness but putting a support bar behind the seats took up too much room so I went with a three point system. Minnesota has a seat belt law and tickets are $100 bucks!. Although I beleive this truck is grandfathered since it never came with seatbelts!! Still a little safety can go a long way once the hides start burning and the drag blocks are spitting sparks....lol.
 
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55Stepside
Nov 22, 2013 at 6:27 am
Is that a shoulder harness in the corner? Very cool. I wanted to do this with mine but was too late to get in installed.
 
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SittinLow
Sep 18, 2013 at 1:49 am
This will truly be a challange to be able keep the seams final fit and finish looking nice. Pop rivets should pull everything tight. So it will not come apart easily once its in. Really like the brushed custom aluminum and stainless steel finish. Just hope I can pull it off so it looks as nice as the exterior.
 

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