Impact Seat Belt Recert

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  1. Cdn526

    Cdn526 Member

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    I've obtained a brand new set of 'Impact' seat belts, but they are 7 yrs old... anybody recert them?
    Shame to toss them.
    Thanks,
    Clif
     
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  2. Fuel Cars

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    Have you tried asking Impact?
     
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  3. Cdn526

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    oh, i thought they were out of business a number of years back.
     
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  4. Fuel Cars

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    They did mine earlier this year
     
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  5. Cdn526

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    i see they'll do them.
    thanks!
     
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    Curious about how $$ come out once you get this recert process done. For the added recert shipping costs and time--seems not only easiest to buy new from Summit/Jegs and receive in 2 days, but also maybe even less total cost.

    Been a bummer to trash 2 year old belts that look pretty darn good, but i haven't found a much better solution in the past. Is recertification a better route in regards to dollars spent?
     
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  7. TAD5165

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    My Impact seat belts were almost $400 new with cam lock, it was only around 175.00 to re-cert. w/ Nomex covering. they only use your cam lock or latch after inspecting & re-place everything else, I've done mine at least 3 times now..
     
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  8. Cdn526

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    Thanks for all the info!
     
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  9. GregM784

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    For summit belts, that were 65$ new, why recert. Give them to a rock crawler or something.

    For those that have cam lock, fire proof, 6,7 point belts, they commonly run in the hundreds.

    Personally, i have two sets. One set is packaged up, in a box, waiting to go to DJ Safety while the other set is in the car. WHen they are getting close, i send my other set in for recert, then just swap the belts when time is due. It costs less than 1/3 the cost of new belts to have them recerted.

    Yes, the 2 year rule is ridiculous.
     
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