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02-07-2010 05:48 PM
Desertcat John they want to hang with us. It's all about the PROWERL NATION



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02-07-2010 11:05 AM
Mustanggeek
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Check out my friends back seat in his Rhino. I am going to make this mod to my seat for the kids. Safety first I say.
Seth, what are you doing hanging around those kind of people? lol. Great idea for kids. Good pic.
02-07-2010 10:57 AM
Desertcat
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Desertcat you are right. These machines were not ment to have back seats at all but hopefully when we add them and load our family up we slow down and avoid the crazy stuff. I now I ride like I stole it wen Im by myself. And like grandpa with the family. Lol
Check out my friends back seat in his Rhino. I am going to make this mod to my seat for the kids. Safety first I say.



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02-07-2010 10:40 AM
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Desertcat you are right. These machines were not ment to have back seats at all but hopefully when we add them and load our family up we slow down and avoid the crazy stuff. I now I ride like I stole it wen Im by myself. And like grandpa with the family. Lol
I do the same thing, slow with the kids and a little faster when i'm by myself. I have rear facing buckets for the kids so we will be using the same harness bar for all 4 of us. With the kids seats being mounted so much higher it actually worked out pretty good and looks to be about the right height for all of us.
02-07-2010 10:02 AM
cat n hat Desertcat you are right. These machines were not ment to have back seats at all but hopefully when we add them and load our family up we slow down and avoid the crazy stuff. I now I ride like I stole it wen Im by myself. And like grandpa with the family. Lol
02-07-2010 09:54 AM
sneaky snake
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everything I have read says yes it matters where they are installed .. and in all my years of racing sprint cars and super modifieds teck inspection was always concerned that the belts were lower than the shoulders even with the slotted seats, makes a difference in how the pull on the belt is in relation to your body's forward movement
Yes you are rite,it does matter where you install your harness. It has to be below your shoulders to hold you in place in a roll over, if it is to high it will not hold you in place.
02-07-2010 09:34 AM
Desertcat If you think about this, most back seats we put in for the kids are wrong then. Unless you have slots in the seat to adjust the shoulder straps for the kids as they grow then they will be to high for there shoulders.



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02-07-2010 09:29 AM
Desertcat Great info guys, good topic



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02-07-2010 08:43 AM
cat n hat Yes gtroyer is right NHRA tech says the same thing, below the shoulder. In the event of a high speed crash the seat can come loose the belts will help keep you and the seat in place. If the mount were higher then you and the seat could move around quit a bit.
02-07-2010 08:35 AM
GTroyer everything I have read says yes it matters where they are installed .. and in all my years of racing sprint cars and super modifieds teck inspection was always concerned that the belts were lower than the shoulders even with the slotted seats, makes a difference in how the pull on the belt is in relation to your body's forward movement
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