Meets SFI 16.1!
Proven Reliability for Decades!
This Latch & Link System is the original military aircraft design latch system that was adapted for motorsports many years ago. It still performs with outstanding reliability and ease. Egress is simple, one flip of the latch arm and you're out! Latch components are drop forged alloy steel for strength and durability. Shoulder and lap belts are made of standard 3" military spec webbing, and belt adjuster mechanisms include anti-slip spring as standard issue so you stay right where you are. This harness has a rugged leather skirting attached behind the latch mechanism to provide extra built-in comfort. This is Simpson's original racing harness designed for maximum reliability and affordability.
- SFI 16.1 Approved
- Drop-Forged Alloy Steel with Cadmium Plating
- Shoulder and Lap Belts are Standard 3'' Military Specification Webbing with Heat Cut & Sealed Ends
- Pull-Up or Pull-Down Adjusters
- Adjusters Include Anti-Slip Springs
- Bolt-In Anti-Submarine Belt
- Black, Blue, Red, or Platinum Series
Note: ''Pull-Up Lap Belt Adjusters'' and ''Pull-Down Lap Belt Adjusters'' indicate the direction that tightens the lap belt adjusters. 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 latch) rather than a downward motion (away from the latch) because of the limited space
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