You can mount the lap belts to the OEM lap belt mounting points, the shoulder belts to the crossbar of a bolted or welded in roll cage, directly behind the seat and at shoulder level, and the 5th point through the hole in the seat to an FIA style anchor under the seat. That is the ONLY way to install the harness safely.What is the safest way to mount a 5 point harness then? I have it mounted to a frame bolt under the front of the rear seats. Ill post a picture if you need a visual.
Your welcome. Hey, I know people are going to run harnesses on the street regardless, but they at least deserve to have the correct information about the dangers, so that they can make an informed decision to run them or not.Thanks for the info, Ill go switch back to the oem seat belt now.
There are many dangerous aftermarket devices that qualify as 'unsafety equipment'.Hah ya your right, I was running this because I thought it was safer. But after reading this thread it kinda scared me into changing my mind.
I have no suggestions. I have no idea what my friend used. I'll ask him next time I see him, but that might not be for a while.Do you have any recommendations for shorter seat brackets for stock seats? I'd like to gain about an inch of headroom if possible.