Harness mounting

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socalkid92

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Got a question for you guys, so I’m starting so mount my harnesses, where the harness holes are it’s a few inches lower than my actual shoulders (about where the red mark is at). I know that the harnesses need to be between 0 to -20 degrees. If I run the harnesses through the holes and I go to tighten down the harness will it compress my spine? Any suggestions on how I should mount them?
 

socalkid92

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is your seat super leaned back? Kind of surprised openings are lower than window line...
They’re dropped really close to the floor. It was a bitch to fit these seats into a ranger. When I originally put them in I only had about 2 inches from my head to the roll cage. So I had to drop the seats a lot to give me more room
 

FasterNU

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Jun 28, 2006
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yea my brother has the 3G's. I had pleasure of installing them too. hahah.

I'd just run it. I mean how many degrees above 0* are you??
 

charlie_brown

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oh, and i think you cn get your info at score web site, mastercraft, or upr may have it.

it was a big issue many years ago because people were building cars with as much as 6" neg ground clearance at full bump. and they could not fireguard out why they were breaking there backs. suspension seats vrs hard back seats became a big issue along with belt mounting.
 

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