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Old 03/02/12, 04:31 PM   #1
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3 point seat belts in rear

I want to install 3 point seat belts in the rear on the roll cage. I have a 6 point installed.

Seen a ton of pics which are great, but wondered if the wind running topless makes the belts bang against the cage.

Anyone have experience with this happening or not happening?

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Old 03/02/12, 04:52 PM   #2
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If you use the auto-retractor ones, they should be find. I haven't had an issue with mine. The
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Old 03/02/12, 09:05 PM   #3
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Mine sit off the cage a bit and go between the stock seat so I don't think they will flap against the bar but they might flap around a bit.
I can let you know in a few weeks if don't get a response.
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Old 03/02/12, 09:45 PM   #4
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Ran rear belts in my '76 for 2 years without rattling. Go for it, worst case if you have an issue you can add some cage padding to eliminate.

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Great. Thanks for the feedback guys.

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Hey Sac '68 sport those are great looking front seats, what are they off of. Looking to upgrade my stockers.
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Old 03/03/12, 06:56 PM   #7
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Are you guys buying new? If not what are you robbin' them out of? Explorer? Let me know if you can.

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Mine bang unless I keep them clicked when no one is using.
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Mine slap in the wind, but I took a piece of velcro and pulled the two pieces of belt tight to the rear upright, about 4 inches below the top bolt....fixed

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Are you guys buying new? If not what are you robbin' them out of? Explorer? Let me know if you can.
I have two pairs of front belts out of a Jeep TJ. I have a set installed in the front and I'm waiting for a new cage to install a pair in the rear. They're just about perfect for our application.


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Thanks, I'll take a look at the pick and pull.

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