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Want to fit Harness's in My EG Sedan, But..

 
Old 02-28-2005, 02:41 AM
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Default Want to fit Harness's in My EG Sedan, But..

Need to keep the back seats and back seat belts.

Been told I can get a bar that fix's behind my front seats that would allow me to attach a set of harness's without messing with the Back seats or the Belts.

Any suggestions would be greatfully received.

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the bar you are talking about is made by sparco.i find them on ebay.they are not cheap though.about 400-500 bucks.you can also look int a set of schroth harnesses.they make one set that in the middle of the strap that runs to the floor on the side a passenger gets in is a buckle to let passengers in betwween the belts.of course no husky people will fit comfotably.good luck
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Thanks Bud, Will do a search now I know who makes um..

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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by CivicDisturbance &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Thanks Bud, Will do a search now I know who makes um..
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Post up the link when you find it.
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Just FYI, running a harness without a full roll cage on a street car could cause, at the least, very serious injury in a roll over; due to the fact you will be strapped in tightly and sitting straight up as the roof caves in.

If you'd like to know more, search around the RR / AutoX forum for harness bar.

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also a harness that is not attached at the right place (and the floor is NO the right palce) can cause spinal compression injuries in an accident as well.
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Thanks for the comments guys, I understand what you mean about Not having it secured in the right place hence one of these..

http://store1.yimg.com/I/supra_1835_2587236

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P.S. If I can not find one specifically for the Civic, I can make one pretty much to the same spec as the one in the link. Anyone be interested in one..
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THER IS ONE LISTED ON EBAY RIGHT NOW FOR THE 92-95 CIVIC.AUCTION NUMBER 7958467405.IT GOES OFF IN 5 DAYS 16 HOURS
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you can get the sparco one for a hatch it'll fit with minor modifications
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<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by CivicDisturbance &raquo;</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Thanks for the comments guys, I understand what you mean about Not having it secured in the right place hence one of these..

P.S. If I can not find one specifically for the Civic, I can make one pretty much to the same spec as the one in the link. Anyone be interested in one..</TD></TR></TABLE>

Even with a harness bar, it is still unsafe to run a harness in a street car without a cage. The harness bar will just prevent spine compression if you hit something, it can still cause severe damage if the roof were to buckle since your body can't move. Just a warning to you or those viewing this thread.

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