I want to get a rear cage or roll bar for my 95 bronco so I can reattach the seat belts with the top off so I can transport the kids. Does any one make a kit or is this something I need fabed up?
heck, you don't even need the seat, just the belts. They are a direct swap w/ existing hardware. I am also looking at a rear cage for my wife's '93, not so much for the seat belt hookups, but to stretch a canvas over in the summer so the kids don't fry. I will probably end up making mine though, haven't seen much out there that I like.Dat_Bronco_Boi said:why dont you purchase a rear seat from an earlier bronco that has lap belts, just a suggestion
That is exactly my plan. I've actually already purchased the light up hitch cover for exactly that reason. Now I just need to get a roll bar that I can hook the seatbelts too. :toothlesssmileybry said:**legal issues** you're truck needs to have any factory original safty equipment or better. If you're truck rolled off the factory without any seatbelts at all (way back in the day) then you dont need them, if it rolled out with lapbelts in the back, you need at least lap belts. if it came wiht shoulder belts, you need shoulder belts. As far as having "kids in the back" being illegal without the top its not, they just need to have the shoulder belts, as came on the truck orginally. Also you NEED to have the 3rd brake light because your truck came with a 3rd brakelight. Doenst say where it has to be. but you need to have one (i've seen people use the lights that go in the hitch reciever).
Now, that being said. I'd like for a police officer to actually notice that its a 92 instead of a 91 and that it should have shoulder belts and a 3rd brakelight...and then give you a ticket.
edit: also, i think the " no kids in the back without a roll cage" thing comes from kids riding in the bed of a pickup thats been fitted with seats. The fiberglass top provides virtually 0 roll over protection.you might even be safer without it as you could be lucky enough to have been thrown clear of the truck before it rolled over and squished anyone still in there seat.
you would have to use a newer top...iirc thats where the seat belts bolt to...hence the problem when you remove the top.deadrx7conv said:For those of us with old Broncos and never remove the top, is it possible to swap in the newer Bronco rear shoulder belts?