Prices are tax included
Warning: Last items in stock!
A Clip-In is used together with a Eyelet bolt.
The advantage with using a Clip-In compared to other Harness fasteners is that the Clip-in combination with eyelet is a free moving joint that create minimum stress on webbing material of the harness.
When a Clip-in is used it is important to remember installing the secure pin after hooking the Clip to the eyelet bolt.
Bolt-in is used when a harness is secured to the chassie with bolts.
The Bolt-in bracket can be sewn to harness or attached with a 3-bar.
The 3-bar attachment of the Bolt-in bracket is more flexible and will allow easy adjustment of length before bolting the harness in place.
Wrapping the harness around a rollcage bar is a excellent solution for shoulder straps.
The large diameter of the tube will limit the stress on the harness strap.
It is though of outmost importance that the harness is locked correct through the 3-bar.
Picture show how to use a 3-bar correct when locking a harness strap.
It is also important that the 3-bar is fixed as close as possible to the rollcage bar.
This animation shows how to install a harness using wrap around and 3-bar in the correct way.
Shoulder harness adjusters location
The length adjustment device of the shoulder belt is recomended to be positioned on the lower part of chest muscles.
If a HANS is used then the upper edge of the adjuster must be not more than 70mm from the lower edge of the HANS-yoke.