Seat Belt Hardware
- (1) Mounting Bracket: (90 Degree Angle) 2 in. wide x 2 in. H x 3/16 in. Thick Zinc Plated Steel with (2) 1/2 in. Holes
- (1) Seat Belt Attaching Bolt: 1/2 in.-20 x 7/8 in. L Grade 8
- (1) Seat Belt Attaching Bolt Nut: 1/2 in.-20 Grade 8
- (1) Seat Belt Attaching Bolt Lock Washer: 1/2 in. Grade 8
A must-have for early muscle cars, stockers, or any vehicle utilizing a race harness. Save the time and money of having to fabricate and weld brackets to mount your safety harness to the vehicle's floor. These brackets allow you to bolt the safety harness directly to the floor with the belt loop facing the direction of the pull, as many safety harness manufacturers intended. Use them with an existing seat belt mount on the floor or by machining a hole in the floor in conjunction with Backing Plate #555-70017. Grade 8 mounting hardware included. .
What is the material of the mounting bracket? I am wondering if it is compatible to be welded onto a chromoly frame.
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