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Dan24

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ok so i just bought some SS seats, putting them in as we speak.
need to take the old seat belt buckle off to put it on the new seat, i dont have the required tool, repco is shut. any ideas??
 

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what tool is it? where you from?

if you cant get one then looks like you will have to wait another day :p that would suck
 

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would have thought the buckles would be the same
 

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the new lot doesnt have the buckle attached so need to use my own.
the tool i need is some sort of star shaped screw driver thing..
 

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cant find a picture on google to confirm that its them... but if you look behind your steering wheel there will be 4 of the same bolts holding the steering wheel on correct?
 

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Yep its called a T5 bit mate i got one here like Cameron said where you from mate
 

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Adelaide looks like he might have sorted it guess that's why he ain't replying
 

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im from melbourne....
i ended up using a extension bar, cramming it in the bolt (was pretty much the same as the steering wheel ones but alot bigger), and using a shifter for leverage... worked a treat =)
thanks for the replys guys.
 
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