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When I drive my Jeep with the top off, the rear seat belts make a lot of flapping noise, especially at highway speeds.

Oddly, the rear passenger side one seems to flap more.

Anyone else notice this or have a solution?
 

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Thanks for the physics lesson.

I was just looking for a way to fix it that wouldn't preclude actually using the rear seatbelts when necessary.

I tried buckling them but that seemed to make the problem worse. Velcro straps seems like and excellent idea though and that's what I was looking for.
 

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Thanks for the physics lesson.

I was just looking for a way to fix it that wouldn't preclude actually using the rear seatbelts when necessary.

I tried buckling them but that seemed to make the problem worse. Velcro straps seems like and excellent idea though and that's what I was looking for.
Dont think he meant it to be rude, so dont take it personal.

I'll put him back in his cage!

/pokes blue with a stick
/yell's BACK! BACK!
 

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Ej They were just poking fun Your not the first and won't be the last, I have not even begun to ask my ?'s yet so there is more fun to be had.

Greg
 

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welcome to the nuthouse ejmct :wavey:

++++++++ for velcro straps

the flapping noise used to drive me crazy but i got over it eventually. owning a jeep tends to make you tune out a lot of noise.

and has already been mentioned, don't be afraid to ask questions, no matter how much you get ribbed. :p
 

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Yeah, see.........just having some fun. We all get ribbed at some point in time, yours just came early..........:D:D:D

Don't be afraid to ask any questions. I will go back into my cave, and be quiet, at least for a couple of minutes.......:D
 

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The best way I have found to stop the noise is to put a cooler, preferably filled with Miller Lite, in the back of the jeep and THEN strap the seatbelt to keep it from sliding
 
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