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Old 09-11-2019, 10:23 AM   #1
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Red seat belt swap!

Hi guys,

I am curious whether we can install the red seat belts from the 2018 tS to any 2017+ 86/gt86 or the red TRD belts to the 2017+ BRZs?

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yes, just need to buy them from dealership...but woah are they pricey!
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hecking yeah they are. almost cheaper to get custom red belts made.
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hecking yeah they are. almost cheaper to get custom red belts made.


“Safety restore” is doing that and has good reviews! Since I have 5 months old limited don’t want to do that custom install. In addition, will feel safer with a swap from dealer or a low mileage tS. Thanks


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yes, just need to buy them from dealership...but woah are they pricey!


Unfortunately yes! Best I found was $228 x 2 from a dealer (pick up) (


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