Product SKU: RQP 747007
RaceQuip Sportsman Camlock Harness Sets feature a durable aluminum cam buckle with an activation lever that points downward. The Sportsman cam utilizes a 45˚(right or left) unlatch movement to prevent accidental opening and the precise spring pressure provides a positive feel.
- Lightweight Aluminum Alloy Cam Buckle
- Exceeds SFI 16.1 Rating (SFI Tags Affixed)
- NOT D.O.T. / FMVSS Certified for on Highway Use
- 5 Point Design - Single 2" Crotch Strap
- Pull Down or Up Lap Belt Adjusters Available
- Wide Engagement Cone For Easy Snap In
- Precise Spring Pressure for a Positive Feel
- 45° (right or left) Unlatch Movement Mitigates Accidental Opening
- Cam Buckle Stays Affixed to Right Side Lap Belt
- Heavy-Duty Drop-Forged 3" Steel Hardware Ends Installed (no bolts)
- Wrap Around or Bolt-in Mounting
- Premium 3” Polyester Webbing
- Transverse Mono Filament Woven for Increased Strength and Smoother Edges
- Shoulder Belt Adjustment Length is 25" to 72"
- Lap Belt is Adjustable from 30" to 70"
- Available in Black and Red
NOTE: One "set" of seat belts, or one harness "set" is an assortment of lap, shoulder, and crotch belts for one seat only. One belt set = one seat.
IMPORTANT: RaceQuip belt sets are for use in race vehicles with a rollbar or rollcage installed. DO NOT buy these harness sets if you are going to install them in a street driven vehicle as they do not have FMVSS 209/302 ratings required by The D.O.T. Never leave out the crotch strap or any of the belts that come in a harness set or severe injury will occur in the event of an impact.
What Type of Belt Adjustment is Ideal?
The basic types are pull-up, pull-down, and ratcheting. When a belt is a pull-up design, it means that the lap belts tighten by pulling the belt's "tail" upward toward the latch. These belts are easier for the driver to tighten himself.
In comparison, a pull-down design means the belt tightens by pulling the belt's "tail" downward away from the latch. These are easier to have someone outside the vehicle tighten for the driver.
Lastly, ratcheting seat belts have a mechanism on the left side lap belt that, once latched together, the ratchet can be tightened a lot tighter than simply pulling on the "tail".