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Decided to give the Kawasaki Click 6 harness setup a try. The retractable shoulder straps that allow you to move around are a game changer for me, and my wife as well. The last harness I owned I had mounted in my '97 Corvette that I did some racing in. If I forgot to partially close my door when I cinched in, I couldn't move enough to reach it to finish closing it. Can't imagine being tied in like that when out on the trails, so I have never had a harness in an OHV. My wife rode with a friend out in Moab, and he had regular harnesses in his RZR. She told me in no uncertain terms that we would NOT have harnesses in our machine.
My dealer had a RZR in his showroom with a Click 6 harness setup in it, so I took her down there Friday afternoon to try it on. She said she thought it might be okay. Ordered a set Friday night from RMATV and had them at my door Monday afternoon.
Now, to get out and actually give them a try...

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I like that harness setup, but I modified my drivers seat to move back an extra 1 1/2” for more leg room. That bar that goes behind the seat won’t allow the seat to move back then. 😞
 

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I like that harness setup, but I modified my drivers seat to move back an extra 1 1/2” for more leg room. That bar that goes behind the seat won’t allow the seat to move back then. 😞
No, definitely not. However, if you know someone with some welding skills, it wouldn't be hard to build or modify a harness bar that mounts further back.
 

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Slick trick to disable the rev limiter seat belt.......if you don't want to buckle up, plug the male passenger seatbelt into the female on the drivers side.
 

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No, definitely not. However, if you know someone with some welding skills, it wouldn't be hard to build or modify a harness bar that mounts further back.
Bob, when you get a chance, can you snap a few pics of that setup behind the seats? I’d like to see if there’s a work around other then welding up new stuff. Thanks.
 

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May I ask if you used a Tusk Harness Bar to anchor your harnesses for the shoulder straps?
Nope. Like BP said, this is a complete kit. Everything you need all in one box.
 

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Bob, when you get a chance, can you snap a few pics of that setup behind the seats? I’d like to see if there’s a work around other then welding up new stuff. Thanks.
Here's some pictures. Kind of tough to get real good shots with my American Flag screen, but hopefully you can get an idea of what the Kawasaki setup looks like. The biggest thing a person would need to be careful of fabbing their own bar for a click 6 harness is that the ratchet assembly has to mount vertically.

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Just had a thought and went out for another look/measurement. An issue a person would run into trying to fab their own bar for the click 6 if you had your seat moved further back is a lack of room to move the retractors back, particularly the outside ones. You would have to move it more towards the center of the seat in order to push it further back. Mine currently sits about 3/4" from the fire wall where it starts to curve forward around the roll bar. Kind of tough to explain, so I hope you follow what I'm trying to describe. You can kind of see it in the first and fifth pictures.
 

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I hope you follow what I'm trying to describe.
I do 100%. That’s the first thing I noticed when looking at the pics. I would have to have a bar made down low and mount the retractable mechanism on top of it, instead of behind it.
How much room from your headrest to the bracket is there? I normally pull my seat up (factory far back setting) when I’m on it with technical stuff, and move it all the way back when cruising along. If there’s an 1” or so between your headrest and that bracket, I could still move my seat back a bit, but I know it would make the back more straight up, which I’m fine with.

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In this picture it looks like quite a bit of room. Is your seat all the way back? Or pulled up?
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My seat is pulled up a few notches, even though I have fairly long legs. (36" inseam) I like to be up on the wheel when I ride. If the seat back wasn't reclined quite as far I would move it back a little. That is one reason I've considered different seats, if I could find some that were a little more upright. I've thought about maybe some spacers under the rear seat mounts to tilt it forward a little.
This picture shows the passenger seat all the way back, at least I think it is. That is as far as it would go. It is touching the bar.

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I love the click 6. Wife loves the 3 point. There's enough stud length to install both at all attachment points on both sides, so that's what we did. Pick what you want!
 

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Decided to give the Kawasaki Click 6 harness setup a try. The retractable shoulder straps that allow you to move around are a game changer for me, and my wife as well. The last harness I owned I had mounted in my '97 Corvette that I did some racing in. If I forgot to partially close my door when I cinched in, I couldn't move enough to reach it to finish closing it. Can't imagine being tied in like that when out on the trails, so I have never had a harness in an OHV. My wife rode with a friend out in Moab, and he had regular harnesses in his RZR. She told me in no uncertain terms that we would NOT have harnesses in our machine.
My dealer had a RZR in his showroom with a Click 6 harness setup in it, so I took her down there Friday afternoon to try it on. She said she thought it might be okay. Ordered a set Friday night from RMATV and had them at my door Monday afternoon.
Now, to get out and actually give them a try...

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You’ll both end up loving them..
 

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You’ll both end up loving them..
I have no doubt that I will like them. It's just getting my wife used to something new that can be a challenge. The forward straps that make it a 6 point are the ones that she has the biggest problem with. I think a few rides will get them adjusted to her liking and then all should be good.
 
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