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Is Rampac model 6007 a good harness?

http://www.teamtechmotorsports.com/racingharness/rampac1.html
Hi,
Is this a good harness? Barely used. Only wants $200.
I only really drive in Driver's Ed events. I just want to keep myself in the seat. Still not sure yet if I'll buy a racing seat yet.
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I may be getting old, but I still buy a new harness setup every two years, from a local race shop (Dave Turner in San Diego) so I can inspect the whole system before I take it home. My buddy Ted, whole rolled his 356 at a race a few weeks ago does the same thing and his belts held him very well, never stretched a bit. My point is, I would get new ones as you can still land on your head at any event.
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Personally, I don't buy used safety gear. If the harnesses have been in an accident and have been already stretched, the effectiveness of them is questionable.

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