Not really sure where to put this, so if this is wrong forum please move it.
Anyway, I figured this would be best place to ask this question...
I am looking to put some corbeau cr1's in my car along with a harness. My question is what would be a safe place to mount a harness bar?
1.) It would need to be safe or out of way so that rear seats are accessible for the rare occasions, but a must.
2.) Obviously needs to be safe for front passengers as well.
Could I weld in a straight bar across the top to mount in where the stock front seat belts retract, and have it be safe? Or how about welding in some mounting smaller mounting points behind the front seats, in the rear passenger floor space?
Sorry, I'm completely ignorant on this subject and I am building my car for canyon cruising here in Cali. I'm going for light weight, excellent handling, and moderate power...in-case it helps/anyone wants to know.
^^ Yea, that one looks great, but I'm not too sure if it would be safe to have rear passengers...
Thing is, although it won't be a daily anymore, my girl and I have to take our kids to sitter when we go on long cruises and canyon runs. So, it's imperative that this also be safe for them even for short trips.
I was afraid I'd get that answer. Can you elaborate a little on what the "right way" would be?
Are my ideas really unsafe or just not "ideal"? I thought the one for the rear floor area would be...ok...