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      08-13-2018, 09:02 AM   #1
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Options to secure rear seat belts

Hello all,

Has anyone come up with a solution for the loud flapping rear seatbelts when you have the windows rolled down? I was searching for a clip style holder found in some cars but didn't see anything.

Anyone have some recommendations?
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keep it buckled up for the time being?
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I would have never thought this was an issue but experienced this myself yesterday! I thought something loose was flying around, glanced back and sure as $&@# it was a seat belt. If you figure out a solution post it here.

I was thinking on my old Mitsubishi I had some seat belt pads that Velcro'd o. To the straps. A few of these might do the trick?

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I would have never thought this was an issue but experienced this myself yesterday! I thought something loose was flying around, glanced back and sure as $&@# it was a seat belt. If you figure out a solution post it here.

I was thinking on my old Mitsubishi I had some seat belt pads that Velcro'd o. To the straps. A few of these might do the trick?

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I entirely forgot about this thread. The only nice thing i could come up with is getting those seatbelt sock type things that cushions your shoulder. That should weigh it down/pad it enough to keep from flapping.
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