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Thread: Tri Pacer Rear Seat Harness Options

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    Default Re: Tri Pacer Rear Seat Harness Options

    Quote Originally Posted by Wag-builder View Post
    If you have the PA-22 parts catalog, go to section III, Figure 11, index 12. The Piper P/N for the rear seat Shoulder harness is 13129-05. The affected S/N is 22-2424 and up, so it is not new and should not be hard.
    Thank you so much. Will search!

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    This looks like it would be a perfect solutio0n for rear seat shoulder harness installation, looped over the streamlined tube and use a standard web retaining clip to secure.
    Cheap at ~$80 per seat (Qty 2 sets required):
    https://www.aircraftspruce.com/catal...dr-harness.php

    Not cheap and would require Qty 4, :
    https://www.aircraftspruce.com/catal...erhardware.php
    Aha, auto/racing supply would be much less expensive and perfectly adequate
    https://pitstopusa.com/i-23900047-sc...SABEgKmpvD_BwE

    This of course assumes the streamline tube is in fact higher than your average rear seat passenger's shoulders.

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    Default Re: Tri Pacer Rear Seat Harness Options

    Thank you so much!. I first need to find out what the streamline tube is in the first place... then I can see if it is generally higher than my pax' shoulders.

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    Default Re: Tri Pacer Rear Seat Harness Options

    Quote Originally Posted by wiegerket View Post
    Thank you so much!. I first need to find out what the streamline tube is in the first place... then I can see if it is generally higher than my pax' shoulders.
    It is the tube that the seat hangs from.

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    Default Re: Tri Pacer Rear Seat Harness Options

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Pierce View Post
    It is the tube that the seat hangs from.
    Right... sorry I am a Tri Pacer newby owner.
    Is it a requirement for the tube to be above the pax' shoulders? If the harness slopes slightly up and then over the pax's shoulders down to the buckle is not allowed?

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    Default Re: Tri Pacer Rear Seat Harness Options

    The angles are better to keep from compressing the occupant's spine. I believe most anyones shoulders will be below the tube in a Tri-Pacer. Read AC 43.13-2B Chapter 9 to educate yourself on shoulder harness.
    https://www.faa.gov/regulations_poli...cumentID/74417

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