Ford B700 Seat Belt
The Ford B700, whose predecessor was the 1941 Ford truck chassis, is part of the Ford B series, which is a bus chassis manufactured by Ford from 1948 to 1998. At the end of its production, the Ford FS-65 indirectly replaced the vehicle. The reason for discontinuation was that Ford no longer wanted to produce that type of school bus chassis. Alongside the discontinuation of the Ford B-series, the medium-duty F series was withdrawn as well and was replaced with a new model—the F-650/F-750 Super Duty which was produced from 2000 to 2015.
The Ford B700 is found in the medium-duty class (class 6) and has a 4x2 layout. The vehicle can be found in a commercial bus body style, a Cowled chassis body style, and a school bus body style. Throughout its years on the market, six generations of the Ford B-series were produced.
If you drive a Ford B700, one of the most important things you should consider is the safety of both your passengers and yourself. After all, you may find yourself driving quite a lot of people in this vehicle. One of the biggest safety components you should pay close attention to the inside of the vehicle is the seat belts. If you notice that any of them are locking up or the material webbing on them is just worn out, you should get Ford B700 seat belt repair right away. To get the Ford B700 seat belt repair done properly and at an affordable price, turn to the company Safety Restore.