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rear seat shoulder belt


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#1 Guest_dormat925_*

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Posted 03 July 2003 - 11:24 PM

Does anyone happen to know when outbacks got a center rear seat shouder belt? Is the seat the same as the 96 OB, my plan is to take the rear seat out of a newer one and put it in mine, maybe (better lock your doors):lol: . If I have to recover it thats fine or maybe I will recover my front seats to match the back and add some Foam padding, Because those seats are unbearable.
tia

#2 Guest_Commuter_*

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Posted 04 July 2003 - 08:20 AM

Not positive, but I don't think the 96 to 99 Outbacks ever got a center shoulder belt.

You could check <a href="http://www.cars101.com" target="top">this</a> site. It might tell you.

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