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Old 03-14-2014, 06:09 PM   #1
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Don't know if this was ever posted before.....needed to get a seat belt extension, because a friend of mine has trouble buckling his belt in my car....

Checked on Amazon.....20-30 bucks.....for ha-ha'*, called my local GM dealer to see their cost.....9" or 15" extension, buckles into existing buckle.....black only....but it'* free.....thank you GM.....
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That is very interesting!
Gus- Got a part # they used..would like to see what they say here in Canada...
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That is very interesting!
Gus- Got a part # they used..would like to see what they say here in Canada...
Art, are you telling me that cold weather and maple syrup can make a person large enough to require a seat belt extension?
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Art, are you telling me that cold weather and maple syrup can make a person large enough to require a seat belt extension?
No, just Tim Horton'* chili.
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^ LOL you both are funny...
I just came home after work & stopped at Tim Hortons..
and got a chili w a large garlic bun.
Dont forget the real reason why Art needs an seat belt extension...

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