Originally Posted by SLOweather
Lemme think on this...
OK, I thought about this and here is what I have come up with. (My wife has the same complaint.)
The idea is an aluminum U stuck to the B pillar.
Try using a length of 3/4" aluminum bar. I'd try 1/16" thickness first. Cut it to a length as wide as the B pillar, plus maybe 4 or 5 inches to start.
At the width of the pillar, bend it into a U around a pipe or something. I'd say, no less than a half inch diameter. The free end should be an inch or 2 longer than the width of the pillar, at least to start.
Stick it to the B Pillar plastic cover with VHB tape or hook and loop tape, with the open end of the U facing forward.
Slide both of the shoulder belt sections (the one leading up from the retractor, and the one leading to the buckle) into the U.
Test and modify as needed.
The U may need to be bent so that the legs are closer together than parallel to keep the belt constrained in normal use.
I don't think you should close the U into a loop, the belt should be free to pop out of it.
If anyone tries this, please post back on your results.