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Dying seatbelts

kerry92gvr4

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Has anyone done this and it turn out good and not fade onto clothing ? Also wondering about just purchasing new we bing and rebuilding , but have no clue on any of it. What have some of you done that have nice galants, but ugly faded seatbelts ?
 

fuel

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If you dye belts they are almost guaranteed to transfer onto clothing at some point. Faded belts are usually a sign of degradation of the material anyway. My VR-4 failed inspection on severely faded belts and I ended up replacing them with good belts. You could actually feel that the faded section was significantly stiffer and more prone to fraying than the non-faded section.
 

kerry92gvr4

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So what heve you guys done to improve the looks of the seatbelts? Is there a company that can rebuild them? Mine are so ugly
 

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