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    Why you should replace your harnesses every two years.

    You've basically got it right. You can hose them down. Just make sure they dry out. Abrasion from sand and wind? It's off-road so there's no way to really get around that. And that's a big reason they metal parts on ours are powder coated steel or anodized aluminum. Gives it that extra layer of...
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    Why you should replace your harnesses every two years.

    Since UV is what breaks them down, as long as the belts are in a box and not exposed, they shouldn't be deteriorating. Once you take them out and start using them though, it starts the process. You can see the testing numbers in the article. Even with the extreme tests, the 3" belts are still...
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    Why you should replace your harnesses every two years.

    I'm not sure on the specs but I would imagine the car webbing does break down just the same. I don't know why there's no laws or rules pertaining to that.
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    Why you should replace your harnesses every two years.

    You're right. It is a fair discussion. As with any rule or guideline, there is definitely specifics to be taken into consideration. It's better to know the facts and make the best decision for yourself. Hopefully, this information helps people do that.
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    Why you should replace your harnesses every two years.

    We don't re-certify belts. Re-certifying means replacing all of the webbing. You're basically re-manufacturing the whole belt. It's not really cost effective when new belts run $100-$140. Most companies that do re-webbing have belts that cost $300 and up. Makes more sense there.
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    Why you should replace your harnesses every two years.

    True. 3 years is probably a more reasonable standard for those who are just out having fun. But I relate it to the tires on a car. They have a 30,000-mile warranty/lifespan but most of us run them until they're pretty beat. 90% of the time nothing happens but you're risking an incident by...
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    Why you should replace your harnesses every two years.

    Hello, everyone. We get a lot of questions about our harnesses and SFI certification saying you need to replace your belts every two years. There's a good reason why and we try to lay it all out in this blog post. Hope it clears some things up. We're here if you have any additional questions...
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    PRP Seats for your RC Car or Crawler!

    Check it out! You can now get PRP Seats for your RC car! RC4WD PRP Lightweight Competition Pro Seat
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    PRP Seats announces NEW Ivan Stewart Seats

    We're excited to announce our newest seat inspired and designed with #Baja1000 and off-road racing legend Ivan "Ironman" Stewart. The IRONMAN suspension seat is available with tabs for your pre-runner or custom build or as a bolt in option for the Polaris RZR. Both seats feature retro styling...
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    UTVUnderground Vehicle BREAKDOWN: #50Shades

    Really is a killer build. S3 outdid themselves. Are you addicted to the mud lifestyle now, Joey?
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    Final Tooele Bittersweet For Brian Deegan

    The final race for the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah was bittersweet for Brian Deegan. Miller Motorsports Park will be ceasing operations in October of this year. Unless a new lessee comes forward to take over the track, it might have been...
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    new prp truck seats

    if you want they can make you one but thats only if you want to pay Mastercraft prices. every seat that comes out of Prp is a custom seat built to your specs. people will come to the shop and pick up a seat frame to see if it fits in thier car, and they end up bringing back a totally diffrient...
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    new prp truck seats

    PRP has come out with a new seat, called the truck seat. It is a Standard High back with low entry sides(bottom of the seat is pretty flat) so it is easier to slide in and out and not having to hop over a bar. it is about 3 or so inches taller and has the same Standard mounting diminsions as...
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    3rd center rear seat in a F-150.......

    um running the shoulder harness to the flore behind the seats is not a good Idea at all. when your body gets jolted forward, you are pulling that mild steel frame forward by the head rest. putting ALOT of stress on those rear tabs. when those rear tabs break off it is not going to be good...
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    axel location

    less spring wrap with the axel under the spring?? huh 93 banshee toomy kit 89 mazda xcab 2.2L re spliend(preloaded) t bars 2 inch body lift
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    axel location

    just a quick question, whats better axel on top of leafs or axel on bottom or dose it even matter? I dont care about lift, just is any one better than the other? 93 banshee toomy kit 89 mazda xcab 2.2L re spliend(preloaded) t bars 2 inch body lift
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    camburg kit camber prob

    ahh forgot about the the whole springs setlling in thing:-) i ll have to steel his truck and go jump it a few times then go tell him to allign it ( yeah he rarely takes it to the dirt, only when i force him to take me because i did his lift for free). thanks 93 banshee toomy kit 89 mazda...
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    camburg kit camber prob

    ah how a bout in the temecula area or even north county 93 banshee toomy kit 89 mazda xcab 2.2L re spliend(preloaded) t bars 2 inch body lift
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    camburg kit camber prob

    yes he got it alligned, should pep boys be able to take care of that, thats where he got it alligned. 93 banshee toomy kit 89 mazda xcab 2.2L re spliend(preloaded) t bars 2 inch body lift
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    camburg kit camber prob

    I instaled the camburg 5.5 a few months ago on my friends 99 ranger and he just smoked his front tires because of camber / \ (+? or-?) the inside of his bfg's are toast and he is pretty pissed. is this just a non avoidable prob or is there an adjustment I don't know about. any comments or...
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