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Old 12-24-2007, 01:34 PM   #1
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Old 12-24-2007, 01:37 PM   #2
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what did you attach them to?
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Old 12-24-2007, 01:44 PM   #3
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Can you give us some more info? I was looking at doing something similar in my car as well.
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well when i first started my search i wanted a DOT approved harness, thus I chose the Schroth Rallye 3. I also decided on the Rallye 3 because the harness has a detachment on the rear strap, so if i wanted to carry 4 passengers or put down the seats for cargo i can do that in a matter of seconds...thats also why i kept the stock seat belt installed. The rallye 3 harness has a single connection in the rear, and its attached to the horizontal c pillar bar. The feel of being in the viggen seats with a harness is incredible...you really feel one with the car.
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well when i first started my search i wanted a DOT approved harness, thus I chose the Schroth Rallye 3. I also decided on the Rallye 3 because the harness has a detachment on the rear strap, so if i wanted to carry 4 passengers or put down the seats for cargo i can do that in a matter of seconds...thats also why i kept the stock seat belt installed. The rallye 3 harness has a single connection in the rear, and its attached to the horizontal c pillar bar. The feel of being in the viggen seats with a harness is incredible...you really feel one with the car.
Can you get some more pics up of that? What did you mount them to on the sides?
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Anyone know about the rear mounting? The top of the back seat belts come out of the big bar in the back of the seat, not like normal belts that have a high bolt in the c-pillar. Couldn't see a great place to mount the rear point in my car...
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What you do is remove the rear seat headrests and fit a bolt through the holes.
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Well talked to the Schroth dealer here, and got the Rallye4 belt - picking it up tomorrow for use this weekend at the autoX.

Should go down and bolt to the rear setbelt stuff at the base of the bottom seat cushion.

I'll update when I can, but probably in a different thread.
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