SFI 16.1 Rated
The belts of the G-Force Pro Series racing harness are constructed of a PolyTeck low stretch webbing that will outperform other harness systems in safety and comfort. All Pro Series racing harness sets have speed tabs for easy release and grip rolls for tensioning which make for easy adjustment while suited up - even with helmet restraint systems.
G-FORCE Racing Gear is the only manufacturer to use 3-inch wide bolt end hardware pieces instead of the 2-inch standard pieces that all other manufacturers use. At the point of failure a 3-inch wide bolt end will withstand almost 2000-pounds more before failure than a 2-inch wide bolt end piece.
H-Type Harness: Shoulder: 26" - 80", Pull-Down: 38" - 67", Pull-Up: 38" - 80", Sub-Strap: 7" - 25"
G-Force Harness Installation Instructions Note: ''Pull-Up Lap Belt Adjusters'' & ''Pull-Down Lap Belt Adjusters'' indicates the direction that tightens the Lap belt adjuster's. For example, a ''Pull-Up Lap Belt Adjuster'' is always the best choice in a Dragster. It is much easier, and safer, to tighten your belts in an upward motion (towards the Camlock latch) rather than a downward motion (away from the Camlock latch) because of the limited cockpit room.
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals so you get all the parts you need.
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