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sickcelica696
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sickcelica696 Jul 13, 5:48pm - #222751 
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Racing Harnesses

I put them in my last car but that already had the roll bar behind the seats, I heard if you just run the belts down and belt them to the floor you can f--k yourself up in a crash because the belts pull down and compress your spine. So your supposed to have them attached to a roll bar right?
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QTRMLR_1 Jul 15, 7:00pm - #222752 

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someone said at least a 60 degree angle, but unless you have gutted your car, you really need to have the roll bar. I've seen a pic where someone installed both shoulder harnesses to the rear seatbelt shoulder bolt, but I don't like that since it anchors you off-center toward the door.

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sickcelica696 Jul 15, 7:06pm - #222753 
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ive seen it with one to the side and the other to the center, but it looked goofy having the belts run from the front to the back
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QTRMLR_1 Jul 15, 7:09pm - #222754 

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the main purpose of the double shoulder harnesses is to prevent lateral motion, so unless you have them going to one point behind you, it's pointless having them.

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sickcelica696 Jul 15, 10:21pm - #222755 
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yea
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