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Old 05-05-2013, 04:12 PM   #1
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Rear Seatbelt Bolts

Does anyone have any idea what size bolts go to the holes that fasten in the rear seat belts in a 91 yj with a family style roll bar? PO didn't have back seat belts in. I have tried 3/8 (too small) and 7/16 (too big) and m10 and m12 are too small and too big respectively? Is there something in between a 3/8 and 7/16 or the metrics?


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Old 06-18-2013, 10:23 AM   #2
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bump... Interested too... Bolt size used @ rear roll bar near tub to anchor the lower seat belt reel??

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Does anyone have any idea what size bolts go to the holes that fasten in the rear seat belts in a 91 yj with a family style roll bar? PO didn't have back seat belts in. I have tried 3/8 (too small) and 7/16 (too big) and m10 and m12 are too small and too big respectively? Is there something in between a 3/8 and 7/16 or the metrics?

They are 7/16" Fine Thread, not Coarse Thread.
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No problem I just replaced mine a few months back. I had a hard time finding them but the NAPA Auto Parts Store in my town was able to order a few for me. Get a couple of 3/8" 7/16" and 5/16" Fine Threads, they pop up all over the place lol. I have even seen 1/2" fine threads being used for the front bumper mounts, always good to have a couple laying around.

By the way, make sure you get the Grade-8 Fine Threads, Grade-5 is sub-par for critical stress components like seatbelt hardware. They cost a little more, but it's a safety item ya know?
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I have an 89 yj, just lap belts, nothing connects to my roll bar. it this the same size bolt I need? just curious.
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Old 06-22-2013, 10:36 AM   #7
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I am surprised everyone is changing bolts, mostly the nut just spins from rusted metal. Back it up with a nice piece of steel and put a close sized grade 8 bolt and nut in there, its gonna hold a seat belt in place.

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