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Old 08-19-2014, 06:28 PM   #1
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Would like to buy a lap belt to supplement my OEM belt. Will buy whole harness (4 or 5 point) if it's not too expensive and can be used as a lap belt only (I don't have a roll cage or harness bar). Not looking for any safety ratings or anything race rated or fancy, just gotta keep 180lbs of derp strapped to the drivers seat a bit better than the OEM belt
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Old 08-21-2014, 12:49 PM   #2
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Schoth Rallye 3 is the way to go if you have a shoulder harness bolt for the rear seats accessible!
http://www.schrothracing.com/tuning/rallye/rallye-3

Have you tried just doing the seat belt locking trick? a 2011 should be able to do it. Turns your stock 3 point into a locked 3 point.

Basically,
Slide seat all the way back.
Put seat belt on.
With your outside hand. pull the belt tight from ABOVE the inside buckle.
With your inside hand reach over your outside shoulder tug quickly on the shoulder belt to lock and hold.
Electric seats, just roll forward into it while holding.
Manual sets I recommend the Luge method.
Lean into the belt with your upper body so you don't have to hold it by hand. The with one hand on the lever and one on the wheel, A-pillar, door or whatever, pivot your hips forward and let go of the lever at just the right spot.

All takes some practice, and it is easier to show than describe.

Power seats can also do it with just the back adjustment at times, but that motor isn't as robust typically as the lower fore/aft motor.
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I believe I have a pair of no name harnesses kicking around, they are similar to the Schroth that Dean linked, without the tail disconnect. Let me verify I still have them and if I do you can have them if they work for you.

I will be back in Reno this weekend.

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I believe I have a pair of no name harnesses kicking around, they are similar to the Schroth that Dean linked, without the tail disconnect. Let me verify I still have them and if I do you can have them if they

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Still here in a box, they are a pair of Simpson 5 point and dated 10/94, as I said if they are of use to you then you can have them; pick them up in Reno if you need them before the weekend or I am hoping to be at the track event on Saturday. PM me for a phone # and address.

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PMed! Those would make a perfect interim harness!
Thanks for the link Dean, those are actually the set I wish to get but I couldnt remember the manufacturer! Now if I can just stop chewing tires so I can afford the harness. lol
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Sorry, haven't visited here in a few days and didn't get an email notification of the PM.

They are in the trailer and will bring them to RFR tomorrow. They are yours for free if you can honestly make use of them.

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