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No rear seat belts in 1993 Samurai- can I fit them?


I am considering buying a 1993 Samurai but am concerned that there don't seem to be any rear seat belts. I have two young children and want to have three point belts in there. Should such a car have these fittings or at least the fixings for such a belt? Where could I get one from?

It is a soft top


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On my Samurai the rear seat belt retractors bolt to the floor behind the seat almost against the tailgate . The other end is attached to the rear seat in the middle ( 2 passengers in back only ) . As if there was enough room for more ! You could probably find some seatbelts in a junk yard on a wrecked Samurai. Or maybe online .

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