Amen on the PITA, a friend mounted his rear bar where it is removable when using back seat, welded brackets and used bushings to mount to stock bar, doesn't run the hard stuff with the kiddies in the back anyway.Josh 89XJ said:My seat reclines and slides, and the rear seat is still usable. I'll rephrase that, the rear seat is usable by anyone who can crawl over the shoulder bar. All in all it isn't too bad, but don't expect any fat people to get in the back
The harnesses are nice for when you are in a spooky situation, but they present a general PITA otherwise.
Just use the lap belt, I got the harness, and most of the time just use the lap portion, as far as everyday, trail only, my shit is not street legal, and if it was , can't drive over 35mph without losing control.JeeperJake said:i had the same idea to make the bar removable....but then what would you do for a seat belt when the bar is not in? Also, do you guys use your harnesses for everyday seatbelts?
intlscoutman said:JeeperJake = :rainbow:
Why in the world would you need harnesses?? Do you really think that all that asphault wheelin you do requires a full cage and harnesses?? :flipoff2: :flipoff2: :flipoff2: