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I have seen some catalogs from a Company called Snake Oyl.

Still pretty good pieces available used..

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Well, heres the deal. I bought a pair of 65 Deluxe buckles and hardware. Really nice condition, but no webbing. These are getting hard to find and usually command a high price for the nice ones. Would like to get these re-webbed. I'll surf around.
 

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What do you mean Re webbed?

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My local upholstery shop charged $64 to stitch new webbing on my seatbelt hardware. Check around at your local shops and see if they can stitch them for you.

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a lot of upholstery and trim shops won't touch seatbelts because of the liability thing, anyway Kreb's is a good contact. I ended up getting a good set of seatbelts from a donor car
 

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Alot of upholstery shops will touch them because of the money.
Check the yellow pages for the local boat/marine shop or auto upholstery shop.
I paid $100 to have a complete set done.
They look great. Good luck.
 
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