You’ve probably experienced a product or
two that are so much better than the alternatives that you think,
“I can’t go back.” For many racers we know, including ourselves,
Safecraft harnesses are one of those products.
The story is all about the adjusters. You
know the drill: you get in your car, and the belts need to be
loosened because you had them tightened up for practice. But one or
two of the adjusters is sticky. That’s a pain. Then, when it comes
time to tighten the belts (especially the lap belts), you don’t
have the right angle to really yank on the belt so it stays a bit
too loose. You fight with it and maybe eventually give up. That’s
somewhere between a pain and a safety issue. We’ve had this happen
enough that there is a brand of harness that we won’t sell because
it is so often difficult to adjust.
Safecraft harnesses go a long way to
addressing these issues. The adjusters are significantly easier to
tighten and loosen than any other harnesses we've used (and we've
used most). The mechanical bits feel so precise that you’d think
they were made in Germany. But, in fact, they come from Chicago and
the brilliant mind of Grand-Am and Tudor United Sports Car
Championship driver Charles Espenlaub. Once you try them, well, as
we said, you won’t want to go back.
Note: Safecraft harnesses have a special
anti-sub tang design integrated with the camlock. This tang must be
properly positioned relative to the driver's legs. Because of this,
we do not recommend Safecraft harnesses for multi-driver endurance
racing if the drivers differ dramatically in size. For
teams with similarly sized drivers, this is the ideal harness for
quick pit stops.
harnesses are SFI rated (which makes them initially good for two
years), but Safecraft will re-web your harnesses once for free,
extending their life to four years.
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