Date: Tue, 07 Feb 2006 09:19:44 -0500
From: Fred W <Malt_Houndnospamm-me-not*>
Subject: Re: SeatBelt Replacement for 1996 SAAB 2.0L Convertable

ma_twain wrote: > > The reason you don't want a "used" seat belt is because the nylon can > weaken under the stress of a accident - assuming the person was wearing > it. If you buy a used car, you should be able to tell from the body if > it was in an accident bad enough to stress the seat belt. You don't want > to find out the hard way if the "used" seat belt you purchased fails. > That could be the last mistake you make. > That is an interesting theory, but I can not ever recall anyone having their seatbelts replaced after an accident unless there was actual damage to them. Oh, and the scare tactic you just used there makes it all the more compelling (not). Kind of like those chain emails that say you will have really bad luck (maybe even die!) if you don't forward the message to 10 of your closest friends... ;-) -- -Fred W

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