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Time for belts again, looking for brand name, but something that wont break the bank...To us they are consumables $250 Tops ... NOT looking @ Amazon unless certifiably real, no death wish here.

 

5 point, wrap around roll bar 2 in shoulder (for hans), bolt in lap, pull up, cam lock, something not impossible to adjust during driver changes.

 

Suggestions? Anything  particular to avoid?

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I've been a big fan of Crow Enterprises. American made, priced right, SFI re-certification. Through the years I've sold dozens of them. They started making Endurance belts a couple years ago & the price is right. Look at their web site & if you like something they offer I can save you a few bucks. They list for $272. I just put a new set in our Focus and sold a set to a Midwest Council Racer.

http://crowsafetygear.com/ 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, smitham32803 said:

Looks like we might be trying this set. It is a FIA set so we will get a little bit longer use and it is a reasonable price.  

 

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/gfr-7623bk

 

 

Thanks, that is a nice set but price is already creeping past our goal @ sub 250

 

Keep tossing stuff up, something may catch our eye

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We're running RJS belts (140-1046201), they had a bunch of options 2", 3", dog bone, pull up, pull down, etc. I'm not sure how much better the more expensive ones are but we have no complaints.

 

https://www.jegs.com/i/RJS-Racing-Equipment/140/1046201/10002/-1

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On 11/17/2022 at 1:08 PM, smitham32803 said:

Looks like we might be trying this set. It is a FIA set so we will get a little bit longer use and it is a reasonable price.  

 

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/gfr-7623bk

 

 

If you like this one, there is a near identical one from Racequip that we run.   I’d buy whichever you get the best deal on. I really like the thumb loops on the shoulder straps. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/VMS-855005

Also, don’t forget that a series sponsor, Lifeline, makes belts and you get a discount from Discovery Parts. 
Happy deal hunting!

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Bimmerworld/Lifeline is doing 20% off on their belts.

I experienced the Copse belts this weekend in the JAS Mini. Best belts I’ve ever used. They cinched/uncinched very easily but didn’t loosen over my 3:45 hours (1 stint per day) in the car.

Would be well worth the $384 you spend. 

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On 11/16/2022 at 8:26 PM, Team Infiniti said:

Time for belts again, looking for brand name, but something that wont break the bank...To us they are consumables $250 Tops ... NOT looking @ Amazon unless certifiably real, no death wish here.

 

5 point, wrap around roll bar 2 in shoulder (for hans), bolt in lap, pull up, cam lock, something not impossible to adjust during driver changes.

 

Suggestions? Anything  particular to avoid?

Pull up or pull  down lap belt adjustment ?

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G-Force 7621BK Pro-Series Latch & Link 6-Point FIA Rated Harness - JEGS High Performance 

Higher than you're looking for but at least it has the FIA rating

 

G-Force 7621BK Pro-Series Latch & Link 6-Point FIA Rated Harness - JEGS High Performance 

I got this.  3" shoulder belts though

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I encourage everyone to splurge on belts. The comfort, ease of driver change, make it worth the price.

 

Years ago we ran cheap GForce stuff, and we always needed extra help getting lap belts tight. Now with the Lifeline belts I can do it all myself. Exiting driver at most does my radio and helmet blower, along with the window net.

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3 hours ago, mindspin311 said:

I encourage everyone to splurge on belts. The comfort, ease of driver change, make it worth the price.

 

Years ago we ran cheap GForce stuff, and we always needed extra help getting lap belts tight. Now with the Lifeline belts I can do it all myself. Exiting driver at most does my radio and helmet blower, along with the window net.

+1 good belts are definitely worth it. 

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