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Old 04-17-2006, 05:17 PM   #1
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Default Ordered belts to go along with the roll bar

I just order two sets of RED 5 pt. harnesses from Wolfe Racecraft with the crotch braces. We are also strongly considering permanetly eliminating the front seatbelts. The wife said she will wear the harness all the time, but once she puts one on, that may all change. Here is what they look like.
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Looks good! I doubt she will like wearing those though.
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Looks good! I doubt she will like wearing those though.
Thats funny, because I seem to be getting that from alot of people.
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why not just leave the front seat belts for the passenger and harness for the driver side? I mean, when your racing, well, at the drag strip, you ride solo so it should be ok....
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why not just leave the front seat belts for the passenger and harness for the driver side? I mean, when your racing, well, at the drag strip, you ride solo so it should be ok....
I am set up to run Track Days at Road Atlanta, and there we can have passengers, so we are both safe. Also, I do more show than go, so the belts look good in the car. More than likely, the seatbelts will stay.
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I wouldn't wear racing belts in hot weather ...your girl will not like it..any long distance driving will seem twice as long wearing heavy belts..keep the stockers IMO.
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I wouldn't wear racing belts in hot weather ...your girl will not like it..any long distance driving will seem twice as long wearing heavy belts..keep the stockers IMO.
Thanks man. I think I will keep em now and use the racing belts only when I'm at Road Atlanta, or just feel like something different.
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So those will work with your standerd seat?
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So those will work with your standerd seat?
yep. Over the top of the head rest.
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where are u attaching the sides to? i 2 wanna order the harness for the driver seat with the stock seat but don't know where to attach the sides ones to. let me know
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where are u attaching the sides to? i 2 wanna order the harness for the driver seat with the stock seat but don't know where to attach the sides ones to. let me know
They bolt down to the factory seat belt mount on the out side of the seat. You just have to get a longer bolt so you can bolt both of them down together. Grade 8 is what they recommend.
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ok, well what about on the inside of the seat? is there a bolt on that side too?
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ok, well what about on the inside of the seat? is there a bolt on that side too?
Yes there is. Just move the seat all the way forward and you can get to it.
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nice how much were they?
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Racing belts are not DOT approved . . . FYI.

And once you wear them and realise waht a PITA they are you'll love regualr seat belts for just regualr driving.

When buckled there really is no movement, so to reach for something, drink in a cup holder, a CD from the glove box, or from the backseat . . . . . ain't gonna happen.

5 points, you are in your seat and you are there to stay. (speaking from experience from Mark's Vette.

They look cool though.
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Racing belts are not DOT approved . . . FYI.

And once you wear them and realise waht a PITA they are you'll love regualr seat belts for just regualr driving.

When buckled there really is no movement, so to reach for something, drink in a cup holder, a CD from the glove box, or from the backseat . . . . . ain't gonna happen.

5 points, you are in your seat and you are there to stay. (speaking from experience from Mark's Vette.

They look cool though.
I hear ya my friend. Power tour long haul was done with the DOT seat belts for the reasons you stated above. But once I get to Road Atlanta in July, those belts will come in very handy. They do add a nice touch at the car shows as well.
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But once I get to Road Atlanta in July, those belts will come in very handy.
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ummi need em for the fact i can't go to the track anymore until i get some. last time i was there i ran a 12.72 and the dude chewed me a new one for not having door bars with my 4 point (tough **** on his part, i don't want em) no harness, no driveshaft loop and so on. so i am gonna get it all done minus the door bars and go again. sorry door bars make the car way to umcomfortable
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u should had gotten door bars.i have a wolfe 6pt bolt in when not at the track i remove the dor bars.so no problems here
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