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Shoulder Harness On Passenger Flights?


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Since it seems a little front to back right now, let me clarify, I meant the back all the way.

 

We have a 206B with 4-point harnes in the back, and an L-3 with the 3-point in the back. It is somewhat faster with the 3 point, but with three seats, how long can it take?

 

They'll all be sinched in regardless, and that is the way it will continue to be! :up:

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Yes, I wear the shoulder straps in the mediums, but I have to ease them all the way out.

With them eased out I can still see the load, and the straps actually support my upper body quite well as it hangs out, twisted sideways all day.

I don't know what good they will do for me if I need them, but I feel something is better than nothing.

Whoever designs a shoulder strap system that works well for long-lining in a Bell medium can become a wealthy man.

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