Re: Harness mounting questions

From: Tom Green <>
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2002 13:32:15 -0800 (PST)

You need to have some kind of support for the harness at about shoulder
level or you can cause injuries in a crash. What happens is as your
body flies forward, the harness goes forward, then starts to push down
on your shoulders so it can stretch further forward. Not a good thing.
 It doesn't have to be mounted high, but you need something strong to
keep it from compressing your spine.
--- David Black <> wrote:
> How do you mount a racing harness? I have the RCI seats and am going
> to buy
> the harness in a week or so. the question is, how do you mount the
> shoulder
> strap in the Y harness? Is it necessary to mount it at shoulder
> height or
> can you mount it closer to the floor. I am going to mount it to the
> cage
> but, I want to be able to climb into the back seat.
> Thanks,
> David Black
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