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Old 05-25-2013, 08:19 PM   #1
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Seatbelt plastic cover?

I have no idea what it is actually called so I have no idea what to search for or where to buy it. I have attached a picture to show you what I mean. One of my buddies must have hit it with their foot when getting in the back (they like to jump in from the back when the top is down). Anywho it's just a major eyesore at this point because its passenger side so everytime I go to reverse it stares at me and I hate this ugly eye sore. Any idea where I can get one of these replacement covers?
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I have no idea what it is actually called so I have no idea what to search for or where to buy it. I have attached a picture to show you what I mean. One of my buddies must have hit it with their foot when getting in the back (they like to jump in from the back when the top is down). Anywho it's just a major eyesore at this point because its passenger side so everytime I go to reverse it stares at me and I hate this ugly eye sore. Any idea where I can get one of these replacement covers?
I would suggest contacting your local dealership (dodge/chrystler) as most have parts shop included. Wish I could help more :/

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Old 05-25-2013, 08:43 PM   #3
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I would suggest contacting your local dealership (dodge/chrystler) as most have parts shop included. Wish I could help more :/
I know. I was literally just there a couple hours ago for window roll up straps and sunrider velcro straps. It totally slipped my mind.

Ultimately that is what I will end up doing if I have to. If anybody has any other suggestions that would be great. Seeing as I'm sure I will get charged an arm and a leg for something so simple at the dealership. $24 for straps? C'mon Man!
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For further clarification here is a picture of the other side with the plastic cover....
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It's called a COVER, Adjustable Turning Loop
MOPAR part number 5HF07DX9AE

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Old 05-25-2013, 10:39 PM   #6
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I know. I was literally just there a couple hours ago for window roll up straps and sunrider velcro straps. It totally slipped my mind.

Ultimately that is what I will end up doing if I have to. If anybody has any other suggestions that would be great. Seeing as I'm sure I will get charged an arm and a leg for something so simple at the dealership. $24 for straps? C'mon Man!
You might get lucky. Maybe a small part like that might not run you to wing wang! Since its not a critical part, start checking some yards for one but as Beastmaster pointed out, the part number is right there for ya!
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You might get lucky. Maybe a small part like that might not run you to wing wang! Since its not a critical part, start checking some yards for one but as Beastmaster pointed out, the part number is right there for ya!
I just Googled it and a new piece is only $2.75 (the shipping will probably be more)
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Old 05-25-2013, 11:03 PM   #8
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Beastmaster & Revco.... Cheers! Thank you very much. Knowing its so cheap maybe I will just go to the dealership tm. Especialy since I have the part number now (Thank you) it should be quick, cheap, and painless trip.
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I just Googled it and a new piece is only $2.75 (the shipping will probably be more)
Darn it, I keep forgetting google is my friend
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The single most frustrating thing about my Jeep. The driver's side one keeps coming off and I can't figure out why - there's no obviously broken bit. Shortly I'm just going to put a big dollop of epoxy on it, I think.
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The single most frustrating thing about my Jeep. The driver's side one keeps coming off and I can't figure out why - there's no obviously broken bit. Shortly I'm just going to put a big dollop of epoxy on it, I think.
My rear passenger one does the same, really annoying.
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I know. I was literally just there a couple hours ago for window roll up straps and sunrider velcro straps. It totally slipped my mind.

Ultimately that is what I will end up doing if I have to. If anybody has any other suggestions that would be great. Seeing as I'm sure I will get charged an arm and a leg for something so simple at the dealership. $24 for straps? C'mon Man!
Off topic, but just a warning...

Don't use the window rollup straps unless you roll a towel or blanket in there as well. The grit on your windows rubs between the window and the strap and will scratch up your windows. I have a 2013 jk with <5k miles that has some pretty gnarly scuffs from using those. Now I roll a fleece blanket in there when I'm going to use the straps and I haven't noticed any new scratches.
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The single most frustrating thing about my Jeep. The driver's side one keeps coming off and I can't figure out why - there's no obviously broken bit. Shortly I'm just going to put a big dollop of epoxy on it, I think.
A bit of super glue for plastics will fix it.
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Off topic, but just a warning...

Don't use the window rollup straps unless you roll a towel or blanket in there as well. The grit on your windows rubs between the window and the strap and will scratch up your windows. I have a 2013 jk with <5k miles that has some pretty gnarly scuffs from using those. Now I roll a fleece blanket in there when I'm going to use the straps and I haven't noticed any new scratches.
I've heard this. But I didn't pay much attention to it. Can I pm you? I would like to see the damage it did cause I'm confused as to where it scuffs them up.
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I've heard this. But I didn't pay much attention to it. Can I pm you? I would like to see the damage it did cause I'm confused as to where it scuffs them up.
Sure, feel free to pm if you'd like, but I'll try and post some pics later if I can away from the kids for a few minutes.

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