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Old 05-16-2019, 06:54 AM
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Pictures and dimensions needed on Camaro rear shoulder belt openings

I'm gathering up pieces to convert my 88 to rear shoulder belts. I have almost everything except for the large rear side panels. I have the cover panel boxes, just not the side pieces with the opening cut for the belts. My plan is to take a junk set of panels that I have and cut them for the covers to see if it will work prior to cutting mine. I was wondering if someone could send me some pictures of both the inside and outside of the panels (left and right) and the dimensions of the opening? Right now I'm not even sure if what I'm wanting to do is even possible, but I figured it would be worth the try since I had the stuff, before I try and search for a set from 89+ car.

Any tips would be appreciated as well.

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Old 05-16-2019, 07:40 AM
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Re: Pictures and dimensions needed on Camaro rear shoulder belt openings

not sure if you know. The metal wheel houses are different also.
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Old 05-16-2019, 09:49 AM
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Re: Pictures and dimensions needed on Camaro rear shoulder belt openings

All I know is that the 89+ cars have brackets. I have a set of the brackets. Are the wheel houses different as well? Not a show stopper, but I would like to plan ahead. I had planned on laying them out based on the interior openings and pictures I have prior to removing the brackets from the donnor car.
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the wheel houses are different, i went to do this on my 86 and gave up. they are more flat on top.
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Re: Pictures and dimensions needed on Camaro rear shoulder belt openings

Ah. Gotcha. Im going to see it through since Im in as far as I am. Thanks for the heads up.

And can anyone post some pictures of the rear with the covers in place? I know the top side has a lip that holds it, but Im not sure if the bottom has one of those plastic interior screws or what.

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