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Old 04-23-2014, 07:07 PM   #1
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No doors but a chain

HI All
What do you think of the idea when the doors are to put a simple chain in.
I always have the feel if i drive with one of my sons that they could fall out.

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They're not going to fall out when they're properly buckled in by the seatbelt.

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Never seen one with a chain. I use tube doors during the summer. I like a place to rest my arm.
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Old 04-23-2014, 07:20 PM   #4
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They're not going to fall out when they're properly buckled in by the seatbelt.

That was my first thought too. Wouldn't you feel more secure with a safety tested seat belt over "a chain"?
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This^. A chain is not going to stop them from falling out.
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Old 04-23-2014, 07:41 PM   #6
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i am sure that it would not make difference for the falling out part.
I i can see that it looks good.
the old military vehicles had it in germany
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...the old military vehicles had it in germany
No seatbelts back then either.
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you are correct but those vehicles
had only 40 PS.

I like the rail doors but they are so expensive
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Sorry i ment 40 HP
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Is it better to fall out with only 40HP??
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Never seen one with a chain. I use tube doors during the summer. I like a place to rest my arm.
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5 point seatbelts! I love mine.. And my gf will ride with no doors now.. Girls.. Psh

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