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Old 12-25-2015, 10:07 PM   #1
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Is Adding Seat Belts Possible?

Has anyone added seat belts in their coach? Is this possible? Are there laws against seat belts in certain locations (rear vs. forward facing e.g.) Anyone know the skinny on this?

We're new owners of 2016 Axis 25.1 (which we're in love with). Still breaking it in, but we're over 1,000 miles and no issues to report. The addiction to tinkering is insane. We've added a second coach battery, installed a vent fan, reinforced just about everything that had staples with bigger staples, added steering stabilizer, rear trac bar and rear sway bar. Tomorrow we head in to get tow package for toad set up. At this rate I'll retire in 2040....

We look forward to getting some serious road time starting in the spring, than you to everyone on this forum, it helps greatly to shorten the learning curve for newcomers like my wife and I. Happy Holidays.

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Old 12-25-2015, 11:00 PM   #2
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I don't know about the laws but I pulled the plywood under our cushion on the dinette and was amazed at the structure supports for the seat belts. I would definitely check with experts on this one.
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