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'91 MR2 Turbo Seat belts and air bags. Replacement?

'91 Mr2 Turbo.
Hi guys, My business partner drives a '91 Mr2 Turbo. He loves that car and throws his kayak on the roof every weekend to go to the beach. Rust is a huge problem in Hawaii and now his seat belts are rusted. He had a lot of water leakage from the T-bar. I heard him joke that they may not be functional, throwing me into a panic. How much does it cost to replace them? Can they be replaced? Another question is how much to test or replace the air bags. I want the guy happy - but safe! He thinks he's immortal. I am so appreciative of any advice.

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Get used replacement belts from 

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Cheaper than an ER visit! 

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