5-Point Individual Type Harness
The belts of the G-Force Pro Series Racing Harnesses are constructed of a PolyTeck low-stretch webbing that outperforms other harnesses in safety and comfort. All Pro Series harness sets have speed tabs for easy release and grip rolls for tensioning, allowing simple adjustment even while suited up with a helmet restraint. G-Force Pro Series belts all feature a SFI rating of 16.1 with the exception of the Nascar style belts which are SFI 16.5 rated. Only G-Force uses 3 in. wide bolt-end hardware instead of the standard 2 in. used by other manufacturers. At the point of failure, 3 in. hardware withstands almost 2,000 pounds more than 2 in. hardware.
4-Point 5-Point 6-Point
V-Type Individual Individual
- All: Lap Pull-Down 38" to 67"/Lap Pull-Up 38" to 80"
- All: Sub-Strap 7" to 25"
- 4-Point Shoulder: 26" to 34"
- 5 and 6-Point Shoulder: 26" to 50"
Note: "Pull-Up" and "Pull-Down" indicate the direction that tightens lap belt adjusters. For example, a pull-up lap belt adjuster is best for dragsters because it is easier and safer to tighten belts upward (towards the Latch & Link) rather than downward in such a small cockpit.
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is the date of manufacture in 2017?
I would like Pro Indiv latch pd black(471-6000bk) in TWO inch width. What part number is that
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