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Old 06-15-1999, 09:41 AM
Ed Maddock
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The seat belts are tight and they are cutting into my shoulder. Is there any way of loosening them so as to free them a bit. If so how do I remove the side back panels to work on the seat belt mounts.
Marvelous site ,however I wonder how you guys get the time to this considering the amount of detail in some of the solutions and answers.
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Old 06-15-1999, 10:09 PM
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It takes alot of determination to get something like this underway. The whole team at MercedesShop (Donnie, Lee, and Bill) works very hard at making something positive happen for the Mercedes community! This is not to mention the countless hours of dedication from the other 12 or so techs on the forum who do this for fun. These guys are the cream of the technician crop and deserve anything good that comes their way.

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