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Holz Racing Products is proud to introduce their new Shoulder Harness Limit Straps

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Lynden, WA - Holz Racing Products is proud to introduce their new Shoulder Harness Limit Straps. This simple and inexpensive strap helps prevents 4 and 5 point shoulder straps from sliding apart and falling off your shoulders when used with stock seats or aftermarket seats without shoulder strap slots.The scenario that these straps are designed to fix happens frequently for those UTV owners

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