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I've got a 2017 Mk3.5 Focus ST3 in Tangerine Scream and was hoping to get some advice on changing the colour of my seat belts from the factory fitted black ones to possibly red (to match the ST badges) or a Goldy Yellow to match the car (I personally think that Yellow will be the way to go).

Firstly, I've been told by many of my friends to leave the seat belts alone as they are there for safety and that I could cause myself some issues should I ever be involved in an accident. This is also the same thing I was told by a number of local garages that I asked just on the off chance that they'd do the works for me. The thing is, I've seen so many on Instagram and Facebook been done, so they can't be that bad, can they?

Has anyone changed the colours on their car or had someone fit them for you? I live in the West Midlands and most of the places I've found are around London.

Any advice and help on this would be much appreciated!
 

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Update on the changing of seat belt colours. I will be having my belts changed by Kolour Koncepts (Chesterfield) on 15th February 2020. Photos will be posted once they have been installed.

You can find Kolour Koncepts here: https://www.facebook.com/kolourKoncept/ & https://www.instagram.com/kolourkoncept/?hl=en

Should you need any advice on how to install the front seat belts on a Mk3.5, you can follow the instructions provided by Athique Ahmed here (Post #119):

https://www.focusstoc.com/forums/topic/545874-athiques-2015-mk35-st-3-deep-impact-blue/

@Athique Ahmed has a really good build thread, so check it out
 

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I reckon brightly coloured belts will get quite dirty, especially the driver seatbelt. You might regret that.

It's a bit different though.
I did think that at first, but the belts are quite durable from what I can tell. I try and keep my car as clean as possible so wiping the belts down shouldn't be any trouble. I'll see how I get along with them once they have been installed
 
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