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GusaGus
Wed Jun 11 2008, 07:29PM
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any recomendations on seats and harnesses, what to look for, what to avoid? i have been looking on summit for harnesses and they have latch lock ones and cam lock ones. cam lock ones are pricey, latch lock ones aren't to bad, but i have a question about weather or not you can run the latch lock ones with just the lap protion or is it all or nothing?
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mud4me
Wed Jun 11 2008, 07:47PM

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I have the latch style and I can use just lap, one or two shoulder or nut strap, if I ever install it, independently.

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biggy
Thu Jun 12 2008, 06:54AM

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if you can afford them, get the cam style... I have the latch style in the buggy, and they hang up sometimes. with either style you can use just a lap, lap and shoulders, or all four/five points.

As for seats, I love my PRP's, comfy and affordable. Beards & Corbeau's would be a close 2nd/3rd on price vs quality.

it's a '51...it's just been modified some
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toyzilla
Thu Jun 12 2008, 09:24AM
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i got the 5 point cam style off ebay 2@$49
and my seats are from offroadoverstock.com 2@$318 shiped, supension seats.

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rockcity
Thu Jun 12 2008, 05:34PM

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Be careful with the cam style as they can jam up/bind with mud and dirt and not release or latch when you want them too.

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GusaGus
Mon Jun 16 2008, 03:34PM
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good info, i hadn't even thought about the cam style choking up with mud/dirt. i drove down to summit racing this past weekend to take a look at some of this stuff in person now i some what know what i want. just need to figuare out what seats i want.
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