|TSO'd. Standard metal to metal seat belt, Navy. Retrofits most popular production aircraft. High-strength nylon webbing, fully tested belt is rated at 1500 lbs. Features standard metal to metal type buckle, Seat Belt/Harness meets TSO'd/FAA requirements. Adapts readily to most shoulder harnesses with metal belt buckle fittings. Adjusts from 13" to 62" in length.|
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Great product high quality addition to my new 3rd seat cargo space in my classic C170A. The value is obvious.
Seems like a good quality item.
For the price, the seat belts were hard to beat. The instructions were a bit lacking and prevented me from rating a 5. The instructions state that the tags should not touch the 3-bar slide and that can be difficult with some airplanes. In the end, I was able to make it work on my Cessna 172...
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Per supplier: It attaches the ends of the belts to the customers attach points.
No, the only adjustment in on the receptacle side.
Yes, the tag reads: CONFORMS TO FAA-TAO-C22f
The tag states "Confirms to: FAA-TSO-C22f, Model No. _______, Date of Mfg. ________, Rated Strength of Assby. 1500 LBS., Aero Fabricators, Location of Mfg."
Yes, this is the H-701 series. The adjustment would be on the end with the buckle.
Per the manufacturer: There is no inspection limit. They only need to be changed if they are in bad condition.