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I searched and didn't find any photos or schematics of how the lap belts mount to the rear seat of a pre-92 Bronc.
I will be taking my (Bronco's) top off this summer and I've just picked up a set of rear lap belts to retrofit onto my 96 Bronco.
Does anyone have any photos or a drawing showing how I can mount the older style lap belts to my later style rear seat?
 

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easiest way i can describe it. along the side of the seat cushion part of the rear seat, feel around through the fabric. you will feel a hole approximately 7/16-1/2" in size. it is not thread just a hole. at that spot take a small screwdriver, and poke it through the material. that is where your seat belt "receiver" will go. stick a grade 8 bolt, washer/ lock washers and nut. the "male portion will mount to the bottom back where the other belts attach. if you need pics still pm me and i will snap a picture in the morning and send it to you.
 

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Sounds super simple and straight forward. Which I figured it might be.
I'll check it out once my lap belts arrive. Thanks!
 

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did they come with the little rubber ring/bushing that goes between the seat and the seat belt?
 

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I just put a second lap only belt over the screw where the stock shoulder belt is. Bought two from the JY for $10. They click into the receiver part in the seat
 

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did they come with the little rubber ring/bushing that goes between the seat and the seat belt?
Supposedly yes. I'll find out in a few days when I get the stuff.
 
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