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    Default Bucket Seats harness

    Alright guys

    I'm ordering some sparco bucket seats for my VXR

    I have a harness bar but not sure where I would put eye bolts for down the sides of the seat...

    Does anybody have a pictures where they should or can go.

    Any help is much appreciated thanks
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    Standard seatbelt mounts, you can get one down under the rubber on the door side.

    As for gearbox side I am told there are holes that can be used in the tunnel. Not sure how accurate that info is though.
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    sparco base mounts

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    You got a harness bar for the longer rear straps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vxrchris91 View Post
    You got a harness bar for the longer rear straps?
    Yes mate

    Just didn't know where the lap straps bolt into but seen they can either be welded to the chassis or bolt through the supports
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    You can replace bolt that fixes seatbelt rail with hook eye bolt 40mm I believe then you pull heat sheild down on exhaust and drill 2 eyelets through quite far back and mount plates to support them


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