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Tuesday Tech Question presented by Evans Coolant

Question:

I have a 34 Ford with a roll bar that runs mid 11’s.  I was told that my short back bucket seats are properly supported by the cross bar behind the seat but I still need a head protector.  Is this correct?

Answer:

That is correct.  In any car where a roll bar or roll cage is installed, a padded head protector must be provided at the back of the driver’s head and constructed in an attempt to prevent whiplash upon impact.  A seat that incorporates a reinforced head rest is permitted.

 







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