View single post by jcdean
 Posted: 01-25-2007 01:18 am
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Joined: 02-22-2006
Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA
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I called Autopower and they made me 4 "D" tabs, sent me a 4' piece of welded seam mild steel tubing, and 2 end plugs about 2 inches long that just fit inside the tubing.  I cut the tubing to a lenght that fit between the bar uprights and  bolted the tabs onto the end plugs.  I then centered the the whole shebang (and extra set of hands was definately needed) and tacked the "D" tabs onto the main bar.  I then tacked the end plugs in place, unbolted it all, and welded it up solid.  I now have a harness bar that can be taken in and out if I so desire and does a great job at keeping me in the car.

Gonna go try and take some pictures really fast.



OK, not the best photo's, but it makes my description understandable.

Last edited on 01-25-2007 01:42 am by jcdean