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Old 09-10-2007
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stupid teachers...

and even more retarded popo traps
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Old 09-10-2007
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this will be helpful, cause it's annoying to hear that crap while back ing the boat down the ram and while wheeling.
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Old 06-12-2009
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Originally Posted by 99ranger4x4 View Post
why would u want to do this, its a useless mod... and if your stupid enough not to wear your seat belt then i don't think you would really care about the damn light...

This really isnt a useless mod, and it doesnt encourage people to not ware their seat belts, i work on a job site that consists of me driving around the job site and getting in and out of my truck all day long, the speed limit on the job site is only 5-15 mph and is approximately 2.5 miles square it does not consist of me driving on any surface streets and all roads are either secured behind gates or back stage, when you only have to drive .5 miles to get to the next section of the job site and are only able to drive 5 mph you get annoyed with having to buckle and unbuckle everytime you get in the truck and if you dont you get a damn dinging, trust me this mod is very useful i really wouldnt consider it a mod but a how to.
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Old 06-12-2009
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that was the very first thing i done to the truck that stupid chime had to go
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Old 06-13-2009
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I can just click the buckle when my chime goes off, and it shuts it off permently.
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Old 06-13-2009
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How about this, pick up a seat belt buckle from a junkyard, cut the belt away and keep the male end. Keep that in your console or glovebox and plug it in when doing stuff that means you dont want the dinging.
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Old 06-14-2009
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does anyone else find that their seatbelt straps are starting to chafe? (sp) my driver side is after one year allready. at the base where it rubs the seat and near the top when it comes out or the rear door and rubs the top of the seat.
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