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Old 05-08-2007
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5 Point install

Been looking at how to mount a 5 point harness in your vehicle.

I want some ideas on how to mount this thing. Make a loop? Make a bar from one side of the cab to the other with some angle peices?

Obviously make a whole cage is the awnser, but lets say you can't.

Kinda scared to even put one in incase of a roll over without a cage.


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if you want to mount a harness bar, you might as well put a 4pt cage in the truck with a cross bar. it wont be that intrusive in the truck and it will defiantely serve a safety purpous.
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if you want to mount a harness bar, you might as well put a 4pt cage in the truck with a cross bar. it wont be that intrusive in the truck and it will defiantely serve a safety purpous.
thats what I was thinking. Dosen't look too hard to do.
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