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      11-16-2011, 06:07 AM   #1
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wtb: Schroth racing harness

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Hey peeps,
Im not too sure if they made one for a e90 but if you can prove to me that your harness will fit my car i'll take it from you. Please be in new condition and not be involved in any accidents. I'm looking for the plug and play one's not the full bolt ons thank you

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How and where would you mount it in the car that wouldn't get you killed? The only way I can think of involves giving up the back seat.
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How and where would you mount it in the car that wouldn't get you killed? The only way I can think of involves giving up the back seat.
Schroth has ones that buckle straight into the stock buckles in the driver and rear seat and the only thing that you'd have to bolt on is to the driver seat towards the door and rear seat towards the door, you don't have to remove the rear seats
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