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JonB - PartsRack
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« on: June 27, 2012, 10:45:25 AM »

SABELT USA is surveying harness users...takes about 10 seconds.   Please take a moment to place your vote for the safety harneses you use?  I think you will be interested to see their results!  THANK YOU...

JonB~~~~:<~

http://www.sabeltusa.com/index.php?option=com_poll&id=2:what-kind-of-seat-belts-do-you-use

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« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2012, 11:40:27 AM »

I have 3 harnesses that are "vaild".  Best one is a RaceTech that was $450, but the 4 year date expires in a couple months.  Another (G Force) will expire next year.  Used once.  The Team Tec harness will also expire next year (used twice).  I quit racing NHRA because of SFI items like the Seat Belts, the Harmonic Balancers that all brands require - because some GM balancers explode,  and the SFI Torque Converotor flex plates - because some GMs explode.  Dodges don't need these because they're much higher quality that the garbage stuff GM sells.  The rear axle retention kits for GMs should have been designed into the vehicles like Dodge and Ford did with theirs ...  :mad:

Sorry about the rant, but talk about wasting MY Money ...    :idk:

I'll go do the survey now Jon ...

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