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Old 07-31-2006, 03:42 PM   #1
 
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Default Where to mount the anchor bolts for my 5 point harness?

I havent seen much info on this and my harness i got doesn't really go into detail about where i should mount it anyone have pics for recommendations?

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it mounts to your roll bar or harness bar
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Be very careful where you mount it. If the shoulder straps are mounted at the wrong angle you can break your back in a wreck. I suck at explaing things but I think you are supossed to mount it as straight back from the top of the seat as possible. And no more than a 45 degree angle poointing down. Check the NHRA and see what the specs are.
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anyone got pics of there mounting setups?

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