Corbeau 3-Point Harness Bolt-In Retractable Seatbelt.Corbeau 2-inch retractable harness seatbelts are a result of Corbeau?s dedication to innovation and style. This harness belt features an inertia reel, which allows your harness belt to function like your stock belt. That means you can still move around but it will lock under sudden movement or jolt. In addition, the retractable harness seatbelt has the double release feature, which allows you to disconnect the front shoulder straps from the rear tail strap. This feature allows for easy access to the rear seat as you can disconnect that rear strap without taking the belts out. Corbeau harness seatbelts can be bolted to your factory provided mounting points. Corbeau hardware was manufactured to bolt right up to your factory bolt holes. In most cases no drilling or modifications are necessary, they just bolt right in.
2-Inch Webbing: Military grade nylon webbing with custom "Corbeau Racing" embroidery.
Release Buckle: Push button release buckle for easy disengagement.
Inertia Reel: Allows the harness belt to retract like a stock belt. Sudden movement or jolt will cause the belt to lock.
On-Off Switch: Allows you to control when you want the belt to retract and when you want it to function as a full time harness belt.
Bolt-In: End of the straps are equipped with a bolt, which will bolt to your mounting points.
Waist Pad: All 2-inch belts are equipped with a pressure reducing waist pad to provide extra comfort and support.
This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:
This seemed a brilliant idea when I bought one, harness performance without a roll bar, and easy access to the back seat. The execution is a bit different. Problems:Installation is involved, you have to remove your front seat, possibly the rear seat,and the rear interior panel. Unless you like the gaping hole, you will need to find a cover or snap in plug for the upper mounting point of the stock belt. Your seat belt light will remain lit at all times. The enertia reel must be carefully aligned to work, and the angle is not ideal, I would recommend a harness bar. The buckle is fragile. Finally, after a year, my lap belt webbing is worn smooth, the slider quickly comes loose so constant tightening is need to be safe, especially on track days.