Good job on that. It's kindof sortof similar to what the custom shop will be doing for me. I'm no fabricator.The original bucket seats in my Nova had a plastic bracket that was attached to the top/side of each bucket seat to hold the seat belt lower on the shoulder.
I also had the same issue with the seat belt resting too high on my neck after I installed some aftermarket front seats.
I resolved the seat belt issue by making a custom metal bracket that I attached to the head rest posts of the aftermarket bucket seats. I attached the metal bracket to the head rest posts by using some cable clamps that I purchased from the hardware store. I then attached the original plastic seat belt bracket to the metal bracket to keep the seat belt on my shoulder.
Do you have any more details on how to fit these to the car?I actually just completed the seat belt guide mod a month ago. Basically, I went through 3 sets before I was happy with the look.
First went with a Pontiac G8. Did not look right and did not fit my headrest.
Then I bought the late model Dodge Challenger seat belt guide. This was better with fitment on the head rest but the slit was in the wrong place and allowed the belt to come free from the seat belt guide. Plus the huge guide hole just didn't look right.
Then I found the perfect one from a 05-10 Chevy Cobalt. The guide had the slit in the right place which allowed easy removal if needed and insertion. And the guide itself was just the right size. The price is good as well.
The guide puts the belt in the exact spot needed and feels so comfortable. No more seat belt on my neck.
Sure do....Do you have any more details on how to fit these to the car?