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This is a discussion on Harness to Bar within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have a 4 pt cage with the harness bar attachment in the mail. Im wondering how I will attach ...

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    Harness to Bar

    I have a 4 pt cage with the harness bar attachment in the mail. Im wondering how I will attach the harness to the bar since on the shoulder straps of the harness there are metal triangles with bolt holes. right now they are bolted into the rear seat belt mounts but I dont think there are any boltholes on the harness bar. Its an autopower if that helps
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    yes, yes i do
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    Sounds like you are set
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    wouldnt it be a bad idea to drill holes into the harness bar?
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    That would depend on where you drilled them. But Im sure once you get the parts in front of you will find a way to make it all work. Worst case have it welded in.
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    Drilling is a VERY bad idea. Welding isn't any better. Shoulder harnesses are available for a wrap around mount on the harness bar. If you already have the harness then you should be able to get adjuster separately, if they wern't included. (Harnesses can switch hit.) Pegasus has them available for $3.29 ea plus shipping.

    I'm using a 6 point Simpson cam lock harness myself.
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    alright, i understand how something like that would work, but i cant seem to find it on pegasus' site. could you give me a direct link please
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    There is something to be said for the old fashioned mail order catalog.

    This is the front door:

    http://www.pegasusautoracing.com/

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    Not the most informative link, but this is the part you might need:

    http://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pro....asp?RecId=627
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