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Window Net Mounting Kit for Mounting Your Left Side Window Net to your race car chassis. Window nets keep the bad (tire wall tires, track debris, etc) out and the good (driver head, arms and hands) in.

What is the best window mounting net style? That is just like asking in NY who makes the best pizza or in Philly who is better, Pat's or Geno's....

Window Net Mounting Kit for Mounting Your Left Side Window Net to your race car chassis. Window nets keep the bad (tire wall tires, track debris, etc) out and the good (driver head, arms and hands) in.

What is the best window mounting net style? That is just like asking in NY who makes the best pizza or in Philly who is better, Pat's or Geno's. The answer to the pizza question? Unsure. But, for a real Philly Cheesesteak? Easy answer, you know who.

Window net mount rods come with 3 different mounting styles for the release mechanism.

  • Spring Loaded Style: Weld the tabs on the cage, cut the aft end that does not have the spring, and weld the rear "stopper" washer. Simple and easy, but not the fastest in quick or timed pit stops.
  • Latch Link Style: Just like its bigger brother installed on every dirt car racing harness (camlock harness are not allowed in dirt racing cars because the dirt will plug up the operating mechanism), the mini latch and link allows for the highest misalignment and still engages quickly. This is the most popular.
  • Seat Belt Style: Just like your street car, this uses a normal push button to release the mechanism. This alignment must be close to engage. Easy to do, but not as easy as the latch link style.
 
Is there another way to mount the back of the upper window net mount rod?
If your rule book allows, a rod end welded/attached to the aft upper window net mount rod and bolted to a chassis weld tab will always keep the proper distance so the window net simply "swings up" to the perfect position.
Once again, common sense and an understanding of your rule book will save you frustations later.
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