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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-29-2011, 03:24 AM Thread Starter
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Cobalt SS seat belt guides

so my friends are idiots and have tried letting the seats down by breaking off the seat belt guides and just leaving them there for me to discover. anyways i need to replace them and i like the lowness and style of the cobalts seat belt guides (plus i cant find any redline ones to save my life), will these fit our headrests? and where can i find some? link if possible. or do the dealers still carry these?

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-29-2011, 08:21 AM
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I have no idea how either of them fit on the RL but i'm about to order the ION ones.
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so my friends are idiots and have tried letting the seats down by breaking off the seat belt guides and just leaving them there for me to discover.
This has happened to me many times...

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Cobalt head rest guides do NOT fit the ions.

The holes are not the same space apart. I'm sure if you still wanted them that you could redrill holes but you would have to keep your headrest all the way down to keep in place.


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cool thanks asherby, glad I didn't cheap out for once.
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yeah no problem. The only reason I know is because I tried to use a cobalt one once while I waited for my ion one to come in and couldn't because the holes didn't line up.


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But do the recaro seats accept the same guide as the n/a ion?

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if you call and ask for seatbelt guides for an IRL, the parts guy will tell you it comes free with a new headrest. just ask them for seatbelt guides for an ion coupe with a black interior.


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But do the recaro seats accept the same guide as the n/a ion?
Yes they do. I have recaros in my redline and my driver side broke so I went to a junk yard and got the guide out of a N/A ion to replace it.


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