seat belt bolt

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  1. gberland

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    sorry wrong pic !! lol
     

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    I used an 18" breaker bar with a good socket on both of mine, worked fine.
     
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    18inch!!! :Whoa: lol whatever works i guess
     
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    Damn that bolt to hell!! I dont use the passenger seat, so why does it need to be so tight!! I stripped mine out too. Idk if one of those socket things for stripped bold heads would work or not. That thing is tight as hell. If I cam get the panel off at all I'll be happy. It will just give me a reason to buy some seats and harness's I guess.
     
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    are you guys using a T55?
     
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    I can't remember the size I used.
     
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    Yes. Torex 50 I believe. An your going to have to get a mini torch an heat the bolt for a good 4 minutes to melt the lock tite then after that immediately start cranking on it. Make sure u got a good ratchet an not a cheap one. Use. Mac. , snap on. , Craftsman, Matco etc.

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    Its 50 I'm sure. Take the torex socket an insert it long as its nice an snug an does not move around in the bolt groove then your good an don't forget to use HEAT!! micro torch

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    hmm i remember 50 fitting but 55 actually being a really tight fit. then again the first time i took my seat belts off was at least 5 years ago so i could be full of shit
     

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