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2002 Toyota Celica GT

Joined: Jan 2004
Posts: 130
san antonio tx
Sep 17, 2:16pm - #277748 
4-point harness Question

I got my sparco tourino's installed and just mounted the 4-point seat belts down to where the old holes used to be for the factory seat. I was just reading on another website that this was dangerous. I had no idea. Now i would like to know how i could change them to be safe. I dont have money for a harness bar and dont plan on getting a roll cage. Is there any other alternative?? I dont mind removing back seats or making new holes. ANy pictures and advice would be greatly appreciated!!!

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2002 Toyota Celica

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Lisle, IL
Sep 17, 2:41pm - #277749 
Rear seatback mounting points keep the straps close enough to level to make them safe. to be truly safe, you should only use 5-point harnesses, or a 4-point harness that is approved for racing (such as the Peak 4-point harness systems, which let the body twist like a three point belt in a crash)

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