Both our grandkids sit at the table when we travel together. The previous arrangement of have only two seat belts available right next to each other had draw backs. I decided that the grandkids should not sit next to each other for the sanity of the DW and Paw Paw, me. I researched the various posts on the Forest River and Sprinter forums. One solution suggested welding a piece of metal, yada, yada, yada. Weight considerations and others nixed that. One person said a dealer would install seatbelt with carriage bolts through the floor. That will not work because the slide-out has a tight underneath fit and will not slide with any size bolt stub protruding. (I tried every type of bolt know to man and GOD.) Besides, the seat belts anchor would only be as strong as the little portion of the head of the bolt protruding over the width of the bolt, i.e. a negligible piece. The epiphany hit on the fourth and last trial with bolts.
I had already removed the panel cover over the seat and had removed the drawer. The subwoofer is under that seat. I cut out a piece of carpet 4" X 24" from the edge of the subwoofer and along the wall. I could not get any farther from the wall as I did not want to interfere with the drawer. I cleaned up the flooring from which the carpet had been removed. I then put liquid steel on the floor and on a piece of 2X4 hardwood. I screwed the wood into the floor with screws. I then put liquid steel on top of that 2x4 and on a second piece the same size. I then screwed the second piece into the piece screwed into the floor. I waited 24 hours. I bought two airplane seat belts and PepBoys. I fastened those to the top of the 2X4s with 3 ½" X ½" lag screws. I used washers on both sides of the seat belt attachment points. I then cut the panel cover to match the other side and fastened to panel with the same screws I had removed. The new seat belts are as secure as the floor.
I think I probably reinvented the wheel, but I think the new seat belts could only be more secure if welded to the frame.