Simpson 51201 Latch n Link Safety Belt w/Steel Adjusters, RH Ratchet
Universal Fit, 16.1 SFI Rating, Complete Harness Harness Component, Black
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These ratchet belts are available in right side, with steel adjusters. Simpson's 5-point Sprint car latch and link ratchet restraint systems are SFI 16.1 certified and as always, made in the U.S.A.!
- SFI 16.1 Certified
- 5-Point Latch & Link
- 2" over shoulders belt width
- Steel Adjusters
- Platinum Series
- Fixed Left Side
- Right Side Ratchet (ratchet tool is included)
Speedy Tip: Seat belts lose around 50% of their strength over a two year period due to the dirt, washing, and sunshine. As a rule, seat belts should be replaced every two years. Belts that have been through an accident should also be replaced due to the forces exerted on them.
SFI Transitioning to New Labels for Driver Restraints and Window Nets/Roll Cage Nets for 2017
In 2017, SFI Foundation, Inc. (SFI) changed the way its labels for Driver Restraints, Window Nets, and Roll Cage Nets are dated.
SFI implemented a New Label design which removed the punched-out month/year date of manufacture and instead incorporated a single expiration date pre-printed on the label. This system will eliminate the need for punch-dating of labels and aims to facilitate technical inspection of dated products in the field.
New Labels started to be used after January 1, 2017. An example of the new label (right), next to the old label (left) for comparison, is shown above.
The new labels are used for the following SFI products:
• Driver Restraints: SFI Specs 16.1, 16.2, 16.5, and 16.6
• Window Nets: SFI Spec 27.1
• Roll Cage Nets: SFI Spec 37.1
Labels will come out in 6-month segments per the chart shown above. These certified items may still be used for 2 years, the service life has not changed.
Be aware that product manufacturers are allowed to use the discontinued punch-date style labels (above left) until their existing supply runs out. Therefore, you may see the old-style labels on Driver Restraints and Window Nets/Roll Cage Nets for a while. Restraints or Nets with the old label may also still be used until they expire, which is 2 years from the date of manufacture punched on the tag.
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