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Old 02 May 2009, 01:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just a quick question people. Where/how do you fix these in your car? especialy the rear straps if you not got a cage. Thanks
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Old 02 May 2009, 01:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Just a quick question people. Where/how do you fix these in your car? especialy the rear straps if you not got a cage. Thanks
Install guide for a 3 Point Harness.

Link: NorthUrsalia.com: 3 Point Harness Installation
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Old 02 May 2009, 02:04 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Cheers Pete. After reading that does it mean that they wont pass mot?
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Old 02 May 2009, 03:42 PM   #4 (permalink)
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my rear straps are bolted in using the oem fixing points for the rear seatbelts. one advantage that I have is no rear seats.
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Cheers Pete. After reading that does it mean that they wont pass mot?
Should be OK. If all the harness fixing are attched to the oem fixing points.
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Old 02 May 2009, 06:44 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Cool nice one chaps Been given a couple & might put them in.
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If it was me Ian fitting harnesse's to mine Id do what JD done and strip more weight off the car with the rear seats gone and it should pass your mot as what pete said when they on the oem fixings but if you are taking the rear seats out the oem set belts and buckles gotta go to and it will pass the mot my buddy here has his dc2 stripped out just like what JD done and he passed his Nct(mot) here but once rear seat belts and buckles gone if the rear seats gone to
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I would like to strip the seats out but the mrs isnt to keen on me doing it she says it would make the car look tatty in side
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I would like to strip the seats out but the mrs isnt to keen on me doing it she says it would make the car look tatty in side

See, now that's where you went wrong.

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See, now that's where you went wrong.

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There's no future in it i tell you. Just do it and put up with a bit of grief for a day or three. I find fowers work wonders ;-)
I know what you meen but the grief would start every time she got into it. All ive got to do is think of an excuse to take them out then accidently forget where i put them
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I know what you meen but the grief would start every time she got into it. All ive got to do is think of an excuse to take them out then accidently forget where i put them

Lol, i'm sure they need a wash don't they? They take ages to dry too ( when left in the back garden )
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Got no room to store them in me shed as i have a Fiesta XR2i interior in there from the last car i had the same idear with
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how do you get round the annoying beep/noise the car makes when you drive off without your seatbelt on ?
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Dont get a beep noise in mine but would have a light on all the time. Not sure how to get shot of that though
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