kentuckynet Posted June 5, 2012 Report Share Posted June 5, 2012 On a previous post this is what roger said: Here's the real problem. There are basically 3 grades of webbing. The thinnest and most pliable is what FD uses. Then there is a middle grade (a little thicker and a little less pliable and a the top grade which is really thick and not very pliable at all. I used to use these webbings when I owned my last business. The middle grade is what we used and it is what FD should use. The top thicker grade is too stiff and thick. The non slip buckles don't work for .02 cents with the thin webbing. They need to use the middle grade so the belt has enough thickness and stiffness to stay put. I just use two velcro straps on my harness at my upper chest level and they work just fine. I hope FD reads this and changes its web material to the next grade higher. I suppose you could yank the harness and have a shop redo them with the next grade webbing. It may not be legal, but you could file an LOA or...... Then it seemed the post started talking about something else and it was never finished. Has anyone figured out anyhitng that makes the seatbelts stay tight? Mack Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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