I wouldn't run one unless you got the right seats and a full cage. In a factory seat if a roll over happans its still possible to move so you don't get crushed. With racing buckets and a harness they stop you from moving. Which means your head will get crushed. The factory Jeep set up is not a very good one. I've got the Baja ss seats but I refuse to run a harness untill I can improve on the the factory set up or build a whole new cage.
Shouldn't be illegal at all. Ohio law states the driver and all front passengers must wear a seat belt, and they define that as an approved safety belt with anchor points sufficient to hold 4000lbs per belt. So as long as it is approved for road use, should be good.
You will also need a bar crossing behind your front seats to anchor to. If you anchor to the floor compression injuries are a serious risk (which can leave you paralized).
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