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Old 02-21-2016, 06:22 PM   #1
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Default Schroth Profi II ASM FE 4-point belts, 2017

For sale is a of Schroth Profi II ASM FE 4 point seat belt.

This is a set of 4 belts good for one seat. I bought this belt new in 2012 for the passenger side of my vehicle, and they have 2 more years of service before they expire.

These were rarely used as no one liked riding in my track car. They were used more frequently to strap in the coolshirt cooler than a passenger.

The lap belts are bolt in, and the shoulder belts have bolt-in fittings. I will also include a set of wrap buckles if the buyer prefers.

edit: I forgot to mention.
The lap belts are pull-down configuration. The ASM patch is on the left shoulder. I ran this on the passenger side, but evidently it doesn't matter. I talked to HMS Motorsports and they said that Schroth doesn't really specify right/left anymore, just as long as the occupants don't go towards each other (both patches on the inboard side).

These are great for hybrid street/track use, and you can add a Schroth sub strap to make them more secure on the track.

Asking $180 shipped OBO.









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I have a set of these and they are great! They are DOT legal and that doesn't expire.

I hadn't heard about the patch placement. So the patch should be on the same shoulder of the driver and the passenger?
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I got a couple of questions, so I will call HMS and confirm tomorrow. I vaguely recall chatting with them previously and they claimed it was okay to run this belt on either side of the vehicle so long as both patches werent on the outboard side (in an accident, this would cause the occupants to both move towards the center of the vehicle and potentially collide).

Also: price drop to $165 shipped

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I just spoke to Brady at HMS Motorsports. He confirmed what I remember being told when I originally ordered this belt.

If you are only running a single ASM belt in your vehicle, the ASM patch can be on either side for either the passenger or driver.

If you are running two ASM belts in your vehicle, the patches can be either on the same side for passenger/driver, or on the inboard side for each occupant.

The patches CANNOT both be on the outboard side, though in this situation you can swap the belts so that the patches are both on the inboard side, which is a safe configuration.

In summary, you can use this belt on either side of your vehicle so long as you pay attention to the mounting configuration.
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I just spoke to Brady at HMS Motorsports. He confirmed what I remember being told when I originally ordered this belt.

If you are only running a single ASM belt in your vehicle, the ASM patch can be on either side for either the passenger or driver.

If you are running two ASM belts in your vehicle, the patches can be either on the same side for passenger/driver, or on the inboard side for each occupant.

The patches CANNOT both be on the outboard side, though in this situation you can swap the belts so that the patches are both on the inboard side, which is a safe configuration.

In summary, you can use this belt on either side of your vehicle so long as you pay attention to the mounting configuration.
Thanks for that update. I'm running both tags on the inside shoulders so I guess I'm good.

These are really nice belts but they are spendy (although your price is really good). The ones I got are exactly the same and came out of a Lotus Elise so I know it will work easily in one of those cars as well.

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PM'd. Already have a matching driver's side one - will grab this one if still available.
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Sold!
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