C7 Corvette owners have discovered an issue in GM design related to the seat belt guides on their seats. Factory seat belt guides feature an opening to allow the seat belt to be inserted into the guide. However, this same opening also allows the belt to slip in and out - sometimes when you don?t want it to happen. The results of this seat belt movement can be premature sear wear due to belt rub, incorrect shoulder/chest position during driving, or difficulty locating the belt upon entry.
Sandy Eggo designs has created a simple solution that can solve this annoying problem. The C7 Corvette seatbelt stay slips over top of the belt guide and closes the opening for the seat belt. This non-permanent design allows for you to remove the stay without damage to your factory seat belt guide. A simple, yet perfect design that solves the problem without modifying your Corvette Stingray. Sold in pairs.