I have the same exact ones that are in the picture, and they dont bother me one bit. I like them, and when I drive without a passenger I buckle that seatbelt and let them show off. I really do this at car shows too. Makes the seats look better, if you dont have aftermarket ones already.
i have them in my car and i love em. Considering the fact that i know where they go on my body in relation to the seat belt (hint to all you losers who dont know, they go on your SHOULDER. Hence the 'shoulder pad' name.) Anyway the only bad thing i have with them is that i always get those fine ass chicks who only know how to open the door put in a key and floor it! so when they see my pads on the belt they always place it by the point and never use em! im scared to get 4 or 5 pnt belts. thatll make em go insane!
Originally posted by Robdog: I have the same exact ones that are in the picture, and they dont bother me one bit. I like them, and when I drive without a passenger I buckle that seatbelt and let them show off. I really do this at car shows too. Makes the seats look better, if you dont have aftermarket ones already.
have the exact ones in the photo as well. thanks for the tip robdog regarding buckling it at shows. i got one coming up next week. thanks !
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I've got ones in blue but say "Powered by Toyota" and I love mine. I have a certain way of putting it on, it isn't rocket science but somehow whenever someone is riding next to me it seems to give them trouble. It takes them like 30-50 seconds to put it on and when they take it off they don't pull the pad down and it stops the belt from retracting all the way, which is fine until they slam the door on it.
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