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GMG Roll Bar install help please

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2006 997S is getting a new GMG Roll Bar installed but I ran into trouble....As I tilt the bar back toward its final resting position it hits both of the upper seat belt adjustable mounts. I removed the covers and shifted them up and down trying to get past with no luck. bar attachment points are very snug so there's very little wiggle room below to maneuver the bar around.

Would someone help with instructions/pics on how to remove this upper mount? Is removal of the entire rear speaker panel necessary to remove this pillar cover and belt attachment?


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Beneath the seat belt height adjuster covers are a metal and plastic piece that I gently pried off the seat belt bolt. The plastic piece then unclips from the upper button. Once these were removed the GMG bar fell back into position! No need to remove the b-pillar cover or rear panel.

Bar is now bolted securely in place. Working on seatbelt and harness attachments and then I'll have the seats back in.

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