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Old 01-14-2018, 10:46 AM   #21
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Here's some seat belt installation diagrams I've found. The front seat diagrams aren't very good. I'm still looking for the better ones I have somewhere.
There's a good one for the rear seats here: https://classiccarradiodoctor.com/fordseatbelts.htm
I would like a drawing or template for the rear seat belts on a 63 XL convertible.Thanks in advance.
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Old 01-14-2018, 11:23 AM   #22
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I've done a little work on the carb. I replaced the burned up choke tube that ran through the intake manifold so it may help solve my choke problem.
So you have decided to keep the H4000 or is the tube for the replacement carb?

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I might have the instruction sheets scanned as a pdf but I'm not sure.
I am sure a lot of people would want a legible copy. If you want, you can mail them to me, and I will have converted and return to you (I bear costs).
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I would like a drawing or template for the rear seat belts on a 63 XL convertible.

Thanks in advance.
The only way I know of obtaining a copy (which came through included with the ACCESSORY SEAT BELT KIT for you year) would be to acquire a NOS kit or someone (or a vendor) may have a copy. There might also be a detailed engineering illustration in the appropriate year Service Manual.

Below is a TEXT PAGE showing detail-

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Old 01-14-2018, 01:13 PM   #24
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So you have decided to keep the H4000 or is the tube for the replacement carb?

I am sure a lot of people would want a legible copy. If you want, you can mail them to me, and I will have converted and return to you (I bear costs).
I have's no problem about scanning the instruction sheet to a pdf. I have access to a scanner like that. I just need to find the sheets first.

The tube was for the B manifold so the H4000 will remain shelved for now.
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Old 01-16-2018, 10:30 AM   #25
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The only way I know of obtaining a copy (which came through included with the ACCESSORY SEAT BELT KIT for you year) would be to acquire a NOS kit or someone (or a vendor) may have a copy. There might also be a detailed engineering illustration in the appropriate year Service Manual.

Below is a TEXT PAGE showing detail-

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Old 01-16-2018, 10:34 AM   #26
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For aftermarket belts, ONE company makes them for everybody. Look at the sites and match up the buckles and other hardware. I got my 3-point front and 2-point rears from Wesco, they had the best price and good instructions. I got the b-pillar plates from them too.

I went with heavier washers on the bottom side of the floor, used old lower control arm washers that were around 3/16" thick.
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Old 01-16-2018, 03:01 PM   #27
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I got mine from Juliano's as well. I went with 3pt belts for driver and passenger and lap belts for the rest. They sell the large washer/plate (probably about 2" x 3" if memory serves me correctly) as well. Not factory, but I did it for the safety factor.
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Old 01-17-2018, 03:45 PM   #28
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OK here's another try with a pdf this time.
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