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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-25-2012, 04:52 AM Thread Starter
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Need Picture of OEM XTZ Seat Belt....

I was wondering if any of you could help me. I have a 2006 Prowler. I'm considering purchasing a set of OEM XTZ shoulder belts from a member here. I know I need to add a mounting bracket to the upper part of the cage for the shoulder harness. What I don't know is where exactly they mount the large, bulky retractable piece of the belt.

So I was wondering if anbody could take a picture of where and how they mount this piece on the Prowler? I think it can be from any of the machines with the shoulder belts but still with the square tubular frame (not the new round tube frames).

Any help appreciated as I'm trying to get an idea of just how much modifications I need to do to make these work on my machine....

Thanks to Riddler28 for helping me with some pictures he had. Just thought I would see if somebody could get me a picture that was focused specifically on this part of the belt system.

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-25-2012, 07:03 PM
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To get that pic you have to take the dust cover behind the seat off.
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post #3 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-26-2012, 04:12 AM
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I will get one this am.



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Pretty simple, just a boxy bracket welded to the cage.
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Pretty simple, just a boxy bracket welded to the cage.
He needs a pic of where the recoil part bolts behind the seat
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Thanks for the pictures Diesel. Those will definitely help me for ideas on the upper shoulder mount. But like Ricky said, the primary picture I'm looking for is how they mounted the large, retractable piece. Just curious as to the exact location they mounted it, and if they added some sort of bracket they mounted it too. Any close up pictures of that would be appreciated.
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It is just a flat plate tacked to the cage and a through bolt..
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It is just a flat plate tacked to the cage and a through bolt..
Thanks for the pictures Diesel. That should help me figure this out. Should be an easy fab/weld job for my friend....


Maybe you could do one more thing for me? Could you measure from the seam of where the upper cage meets with the bottom frame up to the center of the bolt on the shoulder mount. This will give me an idea of how high they mount the shoulder harness. Thx......

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post #9 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-26-2012, 05:17 PM Thread Starter
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I had the measurement but I lost it. I'm getting ready to mount shoulder belts on my 2006. Can somebody measure your OEM shoulder belt machine (with square frame) and tell me what the measurement is from the seam of where the top cage meets the bottom frame to the "center" of the shoulder bolt mount? I'm just trying to get an idea how high to mount the lap belt on the upper frame. Thanks for any help.

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I don't think where the ratcheting part of the belt really matters where you put it just long as it is far enough away from the upper portion so the belt does not twist going in.

As far as the upper bolt mount just sit in it and see where it works best for you coming across the shoulder and not too close to the neck.

I have done 5 conversions 3 for the front and 2 for rear seat passengers.

I just hold it with friction clamps and sit in it and then move them around or have the kids sit and then I monkey around until I like it.
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