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Old 08-15-2008, 08:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hans devise and seat belts

my seat belts keep slipping off my hans, i run a 3" wide belt. any advise on how to get them to stay put??




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i have same problem, friend of mine who navigates in a tt had a guy build fiberglass "wings" on the outside edge to solve this problem.........i need to have mine done as well.............
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Maybe the seat belt slots in the seat are too far apart if they have separate shoulder belt slots. My R3 has some small 'wings' and sometimes it's difficult to get them into place (separate slots) but they stay put once they're snugged up.

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my seat belts keep slipping off my hans, i run a 3" wide belt. any advise on how to get them to stay put??




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Don't really know what your setup looks like or what the problem is, but I recall researching restraints and coming across a bunch of "Dog-bone" shoulder straps that were, I believe, specifically designed for use with a HANS type device.

like this:

http://www.parts123.com/parts123/yb.dll?parta~partsort

Dunno if it would help?
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Don't really know what your setup looks like or what the problem is, but I recall researching restraints and coming across a bunch of "Dog-bone" shoulder straps that were, I believe, specifically designed for use with a HANS type device.

like this:

http://www.parts123.com/parts123/yb.dll?parta~partsort

Dunno if it would help?
your link dose not work, but the dog bone sounds like it would work
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I wonder if a harness with a sternum starp would help? I am considering getting harnesses with them for my f100.
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your link dose not work, but the dog bone sounds like it would work

Try this:

http://www.crowenterprizes.com/Pages/Accessories.html
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I've had a similar problem in my rally car. They now make HANS specific harnesses that are folded/sewn to 2" wide over you shoulders, where they would hold the HANS down.

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