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11-18-2013 04:34 PM
Rusty Pancelode
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Originally Posted by JK-linux View Post
Sweet! I actually avoid trips to the landscape waste dump because you have to drive around the property to dump leaves here, limbs there, stumps and grindings somewhere else... Taking that stupid belt on and off 4 times or more, or listening to that dinging just pisses me off at 5PM on a 35 degree rainy muddy day with 30 other idiots backing trailers into tiny spots around the dump piles! I often times just end up just dumping the crap into one big pile or burning it!

^^^^This^^^^

I have a gravel driveway that's 1/10 of a mile long, so sometimes I find my Jeep dinging while getting the mail or trash bin.
I could see the boat ramp being another place where I'd want some peace.

When I'm on a public road my seatbelt seems to buckle itself...
It's just that much of a habit.
11-18-2013 03:34 PM
JK-linux Sweet! I actually avoid trips to the landscape waste dump because you have to drive around the property to dump leaves here, limbs there, stumps and grindings somewhere else... Taking that stupid belt on and off 4 times or more, or listening to that dinging just pisses me off at 5PM on a 35 degree rainy muddy day with 30 other idiots backing trailers into tiny spots around the dump piles! I often times just end up just dumping the crap into one big pile or burning it!
11-18-2013 03:08 PM
Captain Ahab +1 on the jumper in the plug. Seat belts good (most of the time), stupid dinger and light telling me how to live, not so good.
Anybody want to make a river crossing with seatbelts on? Didn't think so. Want to be distracted by a constant dinging while making that crossing? Not really.
11-18-2013 02:23 PM
Brad01 oh thank god for this trick. doing it tonight!!
03-05-2012 08:02 AM
jl82
passenger seatbelt?

Does this disable the passenger seatbelt at the same time? I dont necessarily want to disable the driver, just the passenger. My boxer loves riding shotgun but the alarm is so annoying, and I once plugged the seatbelt in, and put the belt behind the headrest, it slipped and locked and got stuck. So im not interested in that again. Just wondering if there is a different method for the passenger seat, or if this disables both?
12-12-2011 06:28 PM
Badkarma8 Thanks, this was easy!
12-10-2011 05:13 PM
kjeeper10
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Originally Posted by kfdjason7620

Haha the only chime mine has is when its telling me to find a gas station!!
Ya remember that.

Idiot light was there
12-10-2011 05:08 PM
kfdjason7620
Quote:
Originally Posted by kfdjason7620
Hmmmm I wonder if this will work in the wife's xk???? Luckily, my tjs cough cough "computer", don't give a dam if its hooked in or not, but I wear it when I need to
Nope, didn't work on her jeep
12-10-2011 05:02 PM
kfdjason7620
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Originally Posted by kjeeper10

Drove my Tj for 10 years. It did have a chime but only beeped a few times... I think... Right, I forgot
Haha the only chime mine has is when its telling me to find a gas station!!
12-10-2011 04:42 PM
kjeeper10
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Originally Posted by TreeClimber1
It still works the same.
Drove my Tj for 10 years. It did have a chime but only beeped a few times... I think... Right, I forgot
12-10-2011 04:37 PM
TreeClimber1
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Originally Posted by kjeeper10 View Post
Some badass shiz.

But, My YJ or Tj did not have an alarm
It still works the same.
12-10-2011 04:30 PM
kjeeper10
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Originally Posted by TreeClimber1
My YJ & TJ. Full harnesses.
Some badass shiz.

But, My YJ or Tj did not have an alarm
12-10-2011 04:28 PM
kfdjason7620 Hmmmm I wonder if this will work in the wife's xk???? Luckily, my tjs cough cough "computer", don't give a dam if its hooked in or not, but I wear it when I need to
12-10-2011 04:22 PM
TreeClimber1
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Originally Posted by kjeeper10 View Post
And... how do you know?
My YJ & TJ. Full harnesses.
12-10-2011 04:09 PM
redrockman Went out and tried it on new one. It work. Ah freedom on the ears.
12-10-2011 03:42 PM
kjeeper10
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Originally Posted by TreeClimber1
Y'all are stupid.
Just wear your seatbelt.

And for what it's worth, the seat belt buzzer plug is under the front two seats. Unplug it, and jumper the two pins together. Bypasses the seat belt warning system completely, but leaves the buckle available for use.
And... how do you know?
12-10-2011 03:30 PM
TreeClimber1 Y'all are stupid.
Just wear your seatbelt.

And for what it's worth, the seat belt buzzer plug is under the front two seats. Unplug it, and jumper the two pins together. Bypasses the seat belt warning system completely, but leaves the buckle available for use.
12-10-2011 03:24 PM
kjeeper10
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Originally Posted by redrockman
Does this method work for a 2012?
Try it

Just be warned. Doing it wrong your jeep might explode
12-10-2011 03:13 PM
redrockman Does this method work for a 2012?
11-15-2011 08:57 AM
JIMBOX Man I can agree with that, but


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Originally Posted by tomthbomb View Post
If I hit a deer while going 5mph I will just have to live with the consequences........
What if you swerve-REAL SHARP and hita tree, or roll over !!!

But that will never happen--right ?

Remember these ?



I still use my stock seatbelts, but when we're off-road and get near tough areas--ON THEY GO -

I'm not very anal about most safety, but having been in several roll overs, I know what can happen-so sometimes my wife gets a little upset, when I hookup the harness's-

Smokemifyougotem

JIMBO
11-15-2011 07:04 AM
tomthbomb
Quote:
Originally Posted by JIMBOX
Kinda like--"Don't worry, MY PISTOL IS NEVER LOADED !



JIMBO
If I hit a deer while going 5mph I will just have to live with the consequences........
11-13-2011 06:35 PM
kbwwolf
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Originally Posted by kjeeper10 View Post
First thing I did

Ef dat alarm

Oh and motorcycles don't have seat belt alarms
Amen, brother. Not sure if I'd quit riding because of it, but I'd definitely have to give it some thought.
11-13-2011 06:31 PM
tribangle
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Originally Posted by kbwwolf

You, my friend, seem to be in need of the disclaimer:

WARNING: This fool cannot be held responsible for the Above Poster's foolish actions. Said fool (AP) assumes sole responsibility for foolish non-seatbelt actions. Any attempt to attach this fool to lawsuits involving liability will be met by overwhelming counter-lawsuits against initial fool (AP), to the point that said fool (AP) will probably have to do laundry in a cheap hotel for the rest of his/her life, and/or flip burgers to pay the rent.
+1

11-13-2011 04:57 PM
kjeeper10 First thing I did

Ef dat alarm


Oh and motorcycles don't have seat belt alarms
11-13-2011 03:20 PM
JIMBOX Kinda like--"Don't worry, MY PISTOL IS NEVER LOADED !


Quote:
Originally Posted by tomthbomb View Post
I have a cabin in the woods. It is 1/8 mile from the gate. I don't want to wear the belt for that short distance on a dirt road only I travel. The only hazard is deer cross it regularly. Not a problem though. I never exceed 5mph. Raises too much dust.


JIMBO
11-13-2011 03:13 PM
tomthbomb I have a cabin in the woods. It is 1/8 mile from the gate. I don't want to wear the belt for that short distance on a dirt road only I travel. The only hazard is deer cross it regularly. Not a problem though. I never exceed 5mph. Raises too much dust.
11-13-2011 02:56 PM
kbwwolf
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Originally Posted by okie View Post
I turned my seatbelt dinger off the first week I had it. I can't stand those things. I wear my seatbelt for the most part. But that day that I don't wear it I shouldn't have to here the dinger. I will agree that it's a good idea to wear it, I'm not saying that. Im just saying that if I don't want to wear it, my ears should not be punished. :-)
You, my friend, seem to be in need of the disclaimer:

WARNING: This fool cannot be held responsible for the Above Poster's foolish actions. Said fool (AP) assumes sole responsibility for foolish non-seatbelt actions. Any attempt to attach this fool to lawsuits involving liability will be met by overwhelming counter-lawsuits against initial fool (AP), to the point that said fool (AP) will probably have to do laundry in a cheap hotel for the rest of his/her life, and/or flip burgers to pay the rent.
11-13-2011 02:51 PM
okie I turned my seatbelt dinger off the first week I had it. I can't stand those things. I wear my seatbelt for the most part. But that day that I don't wear it I shouldn't have to here the dinger. I will agree that it's a good idea to wear it, I'm not saying that. Im just saying that if I don't want to wear it, my ears should not be punished. :-)
11-13-2011 11:55 AM
kbwwolf Sledgehammer. Pickaxe. Shotgun (slugs recommended...buckshot too collateral). In a pinch, steel toed boot.

WARNING: This fool cannot be held responsible for the OP's foolish actions. Said fool (OP) assumes sole responsibility for foolish non-seatbelt actions. Any attempt to attach this fool to lawsuits involving liability will be met by overwhelming counter-lawsuits against initial fool (OP), to the point that said fool (OP) will probably have to do laundry in a cheap hotel for the rest of his/her life.

Other than that, I say go for it.
11-13-2011 09:47 AM
GREEN-MACHINE tuesday last, one of our drivers was fired,,
why, he had the seat belt pulled behind the head rest and locked...
the person in the back seat was a D.O.T. inspector
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