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post #1 of 40 (permalink) Old 25th October 2011, 11:38 Thread Starter
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Seeker Seat Belt Delete Keys

After a few requests I am pleased to be able to offer the Seeker Seat Belt Delete Keys to Civinfo Members!

They are good in stock with Seeker, so can arrive on my next seafreight shipment which leaves in a few weeks - Can EMS if needed ( this is additional )

35+vat

This price may not be the cheapest but as always , you are buying confidently from a trusted seller with years of experience in shipping from our own office in Japan .. Nothing gets lost ..It arrives safely and is dispatched from Sumo Towers to your door!!

Order is being placed today - Anyone interested , Please shout A small deposit will hold the item until it arrives into the UK!

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What the hell is the purpose of these?!! ......Hi Caroline.
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Haha , I was actually just tapping you out a Hi Mr Submarine Man random e-mail..thats spooky!!!!
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I assume it allows you to drive without wearing your seatbelt. Disabling the annoying beep.
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Its for those who run harnesess
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Just plug out sensor under the seat
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Yes. Or this.. ahem
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Haaa ridla is stupid
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Expensive keyring is what it is
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Yes. Or this.. ahem
Ahh right. This makes sense then. I stand corrected. I used to drive without my belt on so this wouldve been perfect, but Im a good boy now.
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But doesnt that do something to your air bag safety circuit?
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Cut the one off your redundant seatbelt it's 35 + VAT cheaper LOL
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Sorry to go off topic but did you receive my pm Cazza?
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Yeah Ross , apologies im on my own at the moment so I am trying to crack through everything as quick as I can - Will reply asap !
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Eric knows as well as everyone else that i speak the truth.. i would never use mine to drive without my seatbelt on honest

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But doesnt that do something to your air bag safety circuit?
No it doesn't.I have my unplugged.not because I don't wear my seatbelt , always do.just annoying beeping when ** setting off
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I used to drive without my belt on so this wouldve been perfect, but Im a good boy now.
who you trying to kid jay!!!
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