I may be preaching to the choir here, but with the mention of rollbars,
I feel I need to chime in here.
I purchased my Bugeye from a fellow who ran Solo events and drove it on
the street. He had installed a rollover bar. One day he was driving
out in our twisty hill country (Kettle Moraine, Larry) hit some pea
gravel and ended up in the ditch a quadriplegic. Seems his head hit the
UNPADDED rollover bar and being on the street he was not wearing a
helmet. My point is: Please */pad/* your rollover bar if you are going
to drive without a helmet. I know it sounds like common sense....but.....
OK, I feel better now.
Mom (I mean, Dave)
Burlington WI (Anyone catch Natalie Neff's by-line in last weeks
Autoweek? It's sad but that's what I'm doing to my cars this weekend.
Absolutely no comment from you one/two season folks! ;-) )
> In a message dated 15/11/2008 14:26:57 GMT Standard Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> Unfortunately I think the rollbar will be too
> high to be a good mounting point. Should I get somebody to weld in a
> seat-belt bar with tabs at shoulder height across the two upright portions of
> the hoop? Any other ideas?
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