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Old 03-07-2012, 04:29 PM   #36
MakuseruSukotto
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Originally Posted by EJ2point0

I care, on the flip side, I don't drive like as idiot. This is my DD, stock belts for driving to work or when the wife drives. I appreciate the heads up.
You're being much more reasonable than most people in this thread on this issue.

There is a maximum angle that the shoulder belts can go to. Its something like 15 degrees. This is what a harness bar fixes. It mounts them in line with your shoulders so you don't compress your back, break your color bone, etc.

However, in the event of a rollover, the harness will hold you in place and if the roof happens to collapse it can be very dangerous, as the stock belts allow more movement in those directions.
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