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    Recommended Harness

    Hey Everyone,

    Anyone have a recommendation on a harness set?

    THanks,
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    I went with the Yamaha GYTR and am very happy. Ebay for $269

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    GYTR here as well, along with the '19 brackets. Made by BEARD for Yamaha. Easy-automotive-style latch and retains the connector to kill the seatbelt light and limp-mode.

    I crashed my Wolverine into a tree last year at 25mph with BEARD harnesses and they did their job for my wife and I. We hit so hard, my hands bent the steering wheel over but we were fine.
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    GYTR here too in a 2017 SS.
    Easy install.

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    Nice, thanks guys. GYTR it is.

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    The instructions tell you to take the side panels off, but I just loosened the fasteners and took the floor out and it worked. Give yourself an hour per side. I'm not super fast

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    One of my friends on here also loves his GYTR belts but after a lot of research I have read the automotive style latch gets realy hard to undue in the dirty environment they are subjected to. Also when hanging upside down I’ve read they’re impossible to un clip, that scares me.

    Weller likes Dragonfire 2” belts for recreation cars, but yeah the sell them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dans2017ssse View Post
    The instructions tell you to take the side panels off, but I just loosened the fasteners and took the floor out and it worked. Give yourself an hour per side. I'm not super fast
    I did the same. I also could get to the transmission oil filler/dipstick this way.

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    For what it's worth I went with Crow. Happy enough with them that I went with their SFI rated harness so if you haven't decided and are interested, I have a pair of standard padded Crow 5 pt. Harnesses available.

    Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk

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    I have the dragonfire 4 point, 3in. Straps are all memory foam super comfy even cranked down tight! Easy install and easily adjusted for different passengers.

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