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Old 01-06-2010, 10:51 PM   #1
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Proper Harness Mounting.

Okay over the last couple years I've seen some really screwed up ways to mount a harness. So I went online and found this. The diagram below shows the proper angles for the belts on racing harnesses. This is to help people from getting injured.


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Also I know massive sells a nice harness bar. I have one that is similar that was built and sold by another focus lover on the forums.





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+1 rep, good post, I see too many cars that just bolt their harness to the rear seat buckle bolts, and that's a no-no. My friend has Takatas in his civic but refuses to get a harness bar, oh well.
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+1 rep, good post, I see too many cars that just bolt their harness to the rear seat buckle bolts, and that's a no-no. My friend has Takatas in his civic but refuses to get a harness bar, oh well.
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Good post Mave! +1 for you and sticky.
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