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how to fit racing harness with rear seats in place

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davegtirbeast

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Just wondering if there are any pics of harness fitted with rear seats in place. Is there any way of fitting through the gap betwen the bench and back?
Love my new seats but seems to be problem after problem!!

Stu

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If you want to put the brackets behind the seats you can push the harnesses through the gap between the rear bench and upper seat backs. They aren't mates together.
If you remove the bottom bench you will see. Just two clips at the front of the bench and lift and pull it forward to remove it.
I take it you won't be using the rear seats for passengers?


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davegtirbeast

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yeah rear seats will just be for show. Took off the bench and can see where the seatbelts attach so do i just remove them and attach harness? The holes arent lined up in the middle of the middle of the front seat though if that makes sense?

Stu

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I dont know where people usual attach them to mate.
My old rally gtir had a welded in cage and the harnesses were straps to the cross bar.


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nomad

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Ive seen many cars use seat belt fixing for harnesses i would think on the r it would be the easiest location ....not unless you have the bar on the rollcage like stu said ....


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