rollbar / safety issues with harness (something like that)
Mon, 25 Nov 2002 21:43:42 -0600
On Mon, Nov 25, 2002 at 10:29:03PM -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> The bar is usually far enough back to not be a danger unless the seatback
> breaks. A cage OTOH puts bars perilously close to your head. Now, I have
A rollcage, according to the SCCA Solo-II rules, is only two bars away from
a rollbar. If you have a hoop, that's a rollbar. If you have a hoop with
two diagonal bars (left and right) that brace the hoop to the rear strut
towers or floorboard, that's still a rollbar. If you have a hoop with
*four* diagonal bars (left and right, forward and rear), you now have a
I got a little caught up in symantics; what are you talking about?
As far as harness strap placement, you really need to talk to the
harness maker about that. On a B15, the LATCH system lower points are
at an ideal angle (relative to the top seatback) to be used with something
like a Schroth ASM Ralleye 3 or ASM AutoControl. I don't think that any
B14s had LATCH points, though. Best contact the harness manufacturer...
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