Date: Tue, 07 Feb 2006 18:21:06 -0500
From: ma_twain <>
Subject: Re: SeatBelt Replacement for 1996 SAAB 2.0L Convertable

> In the meantime, I reiterate and > stand by my statement that if you're in a crash so severe that it breaks > a seatbelt which passes a visual inspection, you've got way more to > worry about. I totally agree, the driver of the wrecked car could care less about the seatbelts. But the buyer of the used parts salvaged from the wrecked car is the one that does not know the history of the parts and the one that will pay the consequences if the used part fails :-) The original poster could be a buyer of used seatbelt parts - not the driver of a wrecked car. I'll also stand by my statement that the seat belt in my > used car that I drive every day, is just as used as the seat belt that > comes out of a parts car of equivalent use. > > Dave Hinz > >

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