Cutting the Seat Belt Height Adjuster

Seat Belt Height Adjuster

The seat belt height adjuster is a common piece of equipment on passenger vehicles. The seat belt height adjuster can impede the cut of the upper b-pillar. One important consideration, the track assembly of the height adjuster can be cut with the b-pillar with one stipulation. Make sure the cutter blades are below the upper bolt attachment and above the D-ring that has the seat-belt running thru it. The reason to avoid cutting the attachment bolt or the D-ring is the bolt is are very high-strength fasteners. In addition to the bolt, a large weld-nut is typically found behind that the bolt.

What is the Seat Belt Height Adjuster?

A height adjuster assembly for motor vehicle belt restraint systems adapted to be mounted to a motor vehicle “B” pillar for affixing a D-ring belt anchorage. The height adjuster assembly can be moved to a plurality of vertical positions for optimally locating a seat belt and D-ring.  


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