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I replaced the headline recently and lost the parts to attach the rear seatbelts back up, what do I use?

I dont really know what was holding the seatbelts in place. I have the bolts that went through the seat belts but what do I need for the other end?

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The bolts at the end of the seat belts should be screwed into the mounting holes in the floor, which I believe are threaded at the ends, so u shouldn't need anything at the end of the bolt. Let me know if this is not correct.

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