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Hey guys I am looking to get some 4 points harnesses to use at the track along with a harness bar... My question is what is the difference between a "snap-in" style and the others? I was looking at possibly getting this set : http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/...ss-And-Bar-Kit
Is there any type you guys would recommend that would work with the stock mounting points?
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Snap in has a similar clip to a carabiner that when wrapped around the bar will clip to the bar. A bolt in will literally be bolted into the car, it should be bolted to a hardened point that can handle the strain in the event of an accident. The Corbeau 5 point harnesses I have were originally bolt in but also came so they could be wrapped around the bar on my roll cage.
Best photo I have showing my set up.
The Corbeau harnessbar is pretty good and adds stiffness in-place of a roll-bar.
Need to take out seats carpet and weld in floor bolt for the Soprano straps, those are the one between the legs keeping you from getting the lap belt under your chin:
$7-800 not including install.
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