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06-25-2012, 09:13 PM #1
Bucket seats and 6 Points Harness install.
This question is pretty much a shot in the dark. I was curious to see if anyone installed or got professionally installed a Bucket seat and a 6 points Harness in their Celica-Supra. I'm currently redoing the whole interior in the supra (Stitch welding, repairing rust, reinforcement, Por15 the hell out of it and applying bedliner on the floor pan) and was starting to think about how I will mount my bucket seat and 6 points Harness. I was reading about schrothracing ( http://www.schrothracing.com/sdocs/2...structions.pdf ) instruction on how to properly mount harness.
I was curious to see if anyone had pictures of their setup. Any input, advices or good links to more information would be greatly appreciated!
06-25-2012, 10:09 PM #2
Car already came with bucket seats.....
Why a 6 point? 5 point should be enough. I used the rail under the front of the seat for the anti-submarine belt, lap belts work from the stock location, but DO NOT use the stock rear belt mount area to mount the shoulder straps.-Chris
1983 Celipra GTS:
6M bored .50 over. 250cc injectors. Delta 272 regrind cams. Carter HF fuel pump.
Pacesetter header w/2.5" cutsom exhaust. Open air intake filter. 3" piping to TB. 65mm TB & ported AFM.
4:10 rear from Supra. BillyM shifter kit. Swapped most interior over to black. T3 camber plates.
935 Budget Coilover kit. KYB AGX struts. T3 Needle bearing upper perch kit. Eibach Sport rear supra springs. SF Ford TFI Performance coil.
Almost finished with the fiberglass hatch!
06-26-2012, 10:11 AM #3
I'm talking about real non-ajustable bucket seats. I chose the 6 points harness because I care about my man parts. Of course I won't use the rear seat belts as mounting point for the shoulder strap, I'll mount them on my roll bar. You used the oem seat belt threaded hole and one of the 2 threaded hole on the seat belt locker for the lap belt? Didn't thought about that.
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