Dog Chewed Seat Belt Repair - Webbing Replacement
Did your dog chew your seat belts? We can replace your seat belt webbing matching your existing color (or a new one) along with restitching all of your original tags and componenets. New seat belts cost hundreds of dollars, our price - $74.99. Your dog chewed seat belts will need to be removed out of your vehicle and mailed in for repair. Our seat belt webbing replacement service is trusted nationwide by thousands of customers! We offer 24 hour turnaround on all repairs. Get your dog chewed seat belts repaired and save! This is an example of how the stitching will look like with our professional automated sewing machine:
Available seat belt webbing colors :
BLACK | GRAY | TAN | BEIGE | RED | ORANGE | BLUE - CALL FOR MORE!
Standard colors of black, gray & tan are available in various shades.
Upon purchasing this service, you will need to ship your seat belt to us.
When shipping, please identify which color you need.
Our dog chewed seat belt repair/webbing replacement service is incredibly simple and fast! All you need to do is pay for the service online by checking out and then mailing in your dog chewed seat belt to us. We offer a 24 hour turnaround on all seat belt webbing replacements, regardless of the seat belt type. Follow these easy steps to get brand new seat belt webbing!
The dog chewed seat belt repair/webbing replacement is indeed a repair service that comes with more than you think! Besides the obvious webbing replacement which includes brand new OEM webbing material (the actual seat belt belt) that is supplied by the same manufacturer that all seat belts feature, we disassemble the seat belt retractor mechanism and clean it. Your seat belt retractor will not only have new webbing, but will also function like new! All of your original manufacturer tags will be re-stitched unto the new seat belt along with all seat belt components such as the latch.
The seat belt webbing is the material that is there to protect you! While the actual seat belt may be responsible for locking up and tightening the slack, it is only as strong as the seat belt webbing material. If your dog has chewed your seat belts, this may put you in danger. There is no airbag light or technical indication to show faulty seat belt webbing, certainly not dog chewed seat belts! You are responsible for maintaining good seat belt webbing condition. You will not be able to pass safety inspections with faulty seat belt webbing and if you have a salvage car this is also vital for salvage inspections. Classic cars and antiques also have the need of seat belts that are safe and working properly.
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