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Corbeau Seat Belt Harness Bar (05-14 Coupe)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Designed to Install Racing Harnesses
    • Provides Additional Chassis Stiffness
    • Tubular Steel Construction
    • Black Powdercoat Finish
    • Fits 2005-2014 Mustang Coupes

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey, guys, Adam here with Today we're taking a closer look at and installing the Corbeau Seat Belt Harness Bar available for the '05 to '14 Mustang Coupe. You should be checking this out if you're looking to properly mount and secure a three, four, or five-point seatbelt harness to a bar from a reputable company like Corbeau. Now, you can use, of course, your factory seat belt, and as you can see, we are retaining them in the installation here. But I will say, this is the absolute proper way to mount a regular harness bar that you get from Corbeau, Recaro, so on and so forth. As you can see, it's got a three-piece mounting sequence, we've got supporting rods on the side, one on each side, and then the main horizontal bar at the top. Now, the Corbeau logo you see in the middle there is a 3M Decal that's included in the kit, obviously, optional. We threw it on there. I like the way it looks. But for the bar here, it's a textured black powder-coated finish. And again, some people do go out and get their's painted. I personally like that textured black finish with our black leather interior. I think it looks really nice, personal preference though. And it also has a tubular steel construction which is very lightweight but also very, very durable. Now, I do wanna say that this is a good option for the guys who are not looking to spend big bucks on a full roll cage for full race mode. Now, with that said, you are saving money on the harness bar you see here, but it doesn't act as a roll cage, so, in no way, shape, or form is this meant to support the chassis in any incident of a rollover, so, keep that in mind moving forward. If you're in it for the safety aspect, you wanna look into a full roll cage, but if you're looking to just properly mount that harness, the harness bar is a more affordable way to go, but also a proper way to go. In addition to all that, this is gonna help stiffen up that chassis a little bit. Now, again, it's not a full roll cage, doesn't offer that full support. It does slightly stiffen up the chassis here so you might be able to take rolls a little bit better around hard cornering, it'll keep everything nice and tight. In addition to the supporting rods on the side, which are adjustable by the way, you can adjust the height of these. You get about a two-inch adjustment on top, two-inch adjustment on the bottom here on both sides, so that's good to keep in mind. In addition to the supporting rods, like I said, as well as the horizontal bar, you get these retainer bars already welded to the top horizontal bar. These are gonna retain that harness once it's looped through, so, those are already taken care of, there is no cutting, there's no welding, or any modification like that, it is a direct bolt-on. This one comes in right around 300 bucks, which I personally think is a pretty good deal for a harness bar like this. It's got a really premium brand name behind it. One thing I will say is that these are susceptible to getting dinged and scratched. So, upon installation, just take really good care of when you're installing it. You don't wanna get them scratched before you even get them in. That powder coating is a light layer. I'd say it looks good, but it is a very light and scratchable layer. Now, guys, it's worth noting here that once you install a harness bar like this one, you are losing the rear seats. You could not safely put passengers on the rear seats, because if you did and there was an accident on or off-road, they can be very, very seriously injured. There's a bar right in front of their face, and if they were to move forward, that can be very fatal and very, very dangerous. So that's worth noting. And, guys, this is a good time to do a rear seat delete kit. When you install the harness bar, you can't put people in the rear seats, might as well shave some weight, right? There are rear seat delete kits on the site as well or you can leave them in, personal preference. Bolting it up is pretty simple. You're gonna bolt it to the top factory seatbelt positioning as well as the bottom. There are supporting rods and brackets as well as hardware included in the kit. And one thing I will say is, depending on your model, you definitely wanna make sure that you're bending knees if they need to be bent. Now, ours didn't need to be bent a little bit in order to reach both sides, but really, it's not that hard to tackle. We'll say one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. Anybody can tackle it in the driveway at home with very simple hand tools, and I'd say about two hours from start to finish. I'm gonna take you through the entire process here, so, what do you say we get started? Tools used for this install include an impact gun, 3/8th ratchet, 14 and 18-millimeter deep sockets, T50 Torx bit, needle nose pliers, and a flathead screwdriver. First step, grab a flathead screwdriver. We're gonna pry off the plastic cap at the top of our seatbelt, starting on our driver side. You're gonna stick it in there, pry back, pop that off. Grab a 14-millimeter socket and your impact gun and remove that bolt underneath of that cap. Now, as you can see, on the backside of that bolt, there's a little spacer and a metal washer holding it on. You need to get that washer out of the way to get the spacer out. Now, to do that, grab the needle nose pliers and hold on to one of the edges of that spacer and you're gonna back the bolt out with your 14 socket. There you go. Set that aside and grab that spacer out because you'll need that. Grab that spacer and set it right in the hole where that bolt used to sit. At this point, guys, leave the seatbelt just as it is and you're gonna repeat this exact process for the upper portion of the other side. All right, so next up, grab the top portion of your harness bar and you're gonna basically slide it in and we're gonna orient it on your factory bracket. Now, for this little plastic and metal bracket piece, there is this guiding pin that goes into that factory slot. Now, because our harness bar does not have a cut slot, we're basically going to just slide that bracket out and just use the plastic portion because, otherwise, there would be no way for that to line up where it needs to go and it would prevent the actual bolting up. So we're gonna take that and install that onto the end here. From here, we're gonna slide that into our bracket. Make sure our bearing is on the opposite end. All right, so here's the order you want things in. You wanna make sure that the outside of your seatbelt is going to toward the rear of the vehicle. So that's what's going into your plastic trim panel here. Now, with the harness bar in between that and the plastic trim on this side, that goes onto the assembly. From there, you wanna have that plastic piece that I just took apart, you saw that. Then you're gonna have the harness bar and then the bearing. We're gonna hold this into position and start threading it into that factory hole. Once you have that, just line it up and start threading in that bolt. You don't wanna tighten it down too much, just get it threaded in there to hold itself in place but still leave room for adjustment. At the end of it, this is what the assembly should look like. Your seatbelt should be on the inside there, harness bar in the middle, factory seatbelt coming over and easily removable just like this. You should still be able to pull it freely. That plastic support piece should be on this side, and then once you have that threaded in, repeat for the other side. So, now, at the top, you wanna make sure you've got both sides threaded in. We've already repeated that for the other side, so you can see the top harness bar is up there. Don't tighten this down too much just yet, get it nice and hand-tight, maybe a couple of clicks on your impact gun. We're gonna start on the bottom now. Now, for the bottom, we're gonna pop off the plastic cap, similar to what we did at the top here, and then we're gonna use a T50 Torx bit to remove the T50 Torx bolt. Now, for this, you just wanna push down and you can pry up and get that off. So, this is attached to the seatbelt, so you just wanna leave that just loosen out of the way. Grab your impact gun and your T50 bit and remove that bolt. Now, for this, you wanna remove that spacer again, as well as the washer. Now, this is a little bit easier, you can sort of just twist it off by hand. Pop that out and out of the way. Pull the spacer off as well. Now, at this point, you wanna grab the steel spacer included in the kit, this bracket here. You're gonna put the bolt through the larger hole, not the one on the end, the one in the middle. On the back end, you're going to install that factory spacer and that retainer washer. Now, that, you may have to thread on a little bit by hand to get it to seat all the way back, just like this. Now, that'll hold itself in place. Now, this is going to install basically just like you see here. We're gonna bolt this back up to the factory spot. Now, on the end here, we're gonna bolt our supporting rod for the harness bar. So the long bar that goes from the bottom to the top connecting both pieces is gonna bolt here. Now, next step, we're gonna take our supporting rod. Make a little adjustment if you need to, you can extend the ends here, which we've done here. You get a jam nut collar, that way you can loosen or tighten that nut in order to make those adjustments on both ends. You can, you know, set it out exactly how it is out of the box and then see how much you need to make the adjustments by. So, the top, obviously, is gonna bolt this bracket here, but we're gonna worry about the bottom first. Now, for the bottom, I'm gonna prop this up there, basically going to be taking that bracket that we just installed onto the T50, and bolting the end of this to the front side of that bracket using the hardware included in the kit. So we're basically gonna put this bolt and washer through the end, through that bracket. And I need to thread it in there a couple of times. On the opposite side, throw on a little washer and the nut there, from here, situate it in a way that you can bolt the T50 down. Get that T50 in there. Just thread it in a couple by hand. You don't wanna tighten that down too much just yet, you wanna be able to adjust the bracket so you can adjust the height when you need to. All right, now, for the top, you wanna take the hardware, again, the bolt, washer, lean that up. You can leave that room for adjustment so you can move the top of the bar. From here, tighten it down from the outside going inward. I like to thread this all the way down by hand. We're gonna need a ratchet to get in here to tighten that up. Now, as you can see, there's some room for adjustment. Now, if you want this bar to be more forward like this, you can adjust the height of the supporting rod. Put it back a little bit more. I'm going to install ours just about like this, but before I can tighten all this hardware down, repeat this whole process for the bottom and the supporting rod on the other side. Now, I know I said repeat for the other side. I will say, this little plastic cover is different than the other side we just worked on. It's the exact same process even though this looks a little different. So, it looks like we need to make a little bit of an adjustment at the top. Make that a little bit taller. All right, with this side tightened down by hand, we can go back and tighten all of our bolts down with our impact gun, but I think at the top here we'll need to use our ratchet. We're gonna start at the bottom. Now, this bolt down here is an 18-millimeter, so grab that socket and tighten it down. This top bolt is also an 18-millimeter, so get that where you want it and tighten it down. Now, the last one is the top 14-millimeter. Perfect. Now, once you have that tightened down, and again, you don't wanna overdo it. Grab that plastic cap, snap it right back into place. Now we can repeat that for the other side. Well, guys, that's gonna wrap up my review and install for the Corbeau Seat Belt Harness Bar available for the '05 to '14 Coupe. Now, if you're the owner of an S197 and you're looking to properly secure a three, four, or five-point harness with a harness bar like this one without going full roll cage, this is a great way to go, and you can pick yours up right here at

    Made For Easy Harness Installation. Now you can install a 3, 4 or 5-point harness in your S197 Mustang without the need of a full roll cage with the Corbeau Seat Belt Harness Bar from AmericanMuscle.

    Extra Reinforcement. The Corbeau Mustang Seat Belt Harness Bar also comes with two additional reinforcement bars, one for each side of the vehicle, that mount to the base of the B pillar and then connect to the horizontal Harness Bar for extra reinforcement.

    Quality Construction. Constructed from the highest-grade tubular steel for strength, this Corbeau Seat Belt Harness Bar is completed in a black powder coated finish for durability and good looks.

    Application. This Corbeau Seat Belt Harness Bar is specifically designed to be a direct fit in the 2005 to 2014 Mustang Coupes, including the V6, GT, Bullitt and Shelby GT500. Does

    not fit convertible or Recaro equipped models.

    Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    MPN# HB0508M

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

    What's in the Box
    • (1) Harness Bar
    • (2) Stablizing Bars
    • (2) Brackets
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Will it fit my Mustang?
    • Boss 302 - 12, 13
    • Bullitt - 08, 09
    • GT - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
    • GT500 - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
    • V6 - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

    Fits Coupes Only, does not fit Recaro equipped models.

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        Questions & Answers (17)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        Will any drilling into the car be required to install this?

        • Drilling into the car will not be required for the Corbeau Seat Belt Harness Bar. The only tool you should need is a #50 Torx bit for this installation

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        Why doesn't this fit Recaro equipped cars when the 12,13 Boss and GT500 is supported which was factory equipped? I see Boss owners noting they were able to install no problems.

        • What we list for fitment on this Corbeau Seat Belt Harness Bar - Coupe (05-14 All) is relative to the coup. This absolutely fits the Boss 302 no problem, as long as it isn't a convertible.

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        Does this make you sit straight up or is there still some room for reclining with this?

        • There is room for reclining with this bar, it does not force the seats to remain straight up.

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        would my convertible top still go up with this installed 2010 v6 premium convertible just wanting more protection Rob

        • This is not compatible with convertible models.

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        I have a 2012 GT500 with stock GT500 Recaro race bucket seats with the harness holes in them. Why wont this bar fit if I have that seat?

        • These will not clear the OEM Recaro seats.

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        10 More Questions
        The picture shows its gray but the description says its black, which is it? 1 answer
        this will also work with the factory seats to right? 1 answer
        Will someone still be able to sit in the backseat with this bar installed 1 answer
        How can I pass the seat belt chime and light if I got with 4 point harness? 1 answer
        Will it work on a 2015 fastback? I've seen some bars being compatible with many models. 1 answer
        Is it an easy removal for daily use with backseat passengers? 1 answer
        What is the diameter of the horizontal bar? I'm looking at using this for mounting a GoPro centered between the seats and want to make sure I can get a mount that can clamp onto it. 1 answer
        Does this affect ability to recline front seats somewhat? I have a 2011 GT coupe with the Boss 302 type Recaros. The harness bar I had in a Corvette I owned prior affected my ability to position my drivers seatback comfortably (I am 6'2" with long legs). I am wondering if I will have the same problem with this harness bar in my Mustang. Car is mostly street driven but tracked occasionally. 2 answers
        Does this eliminate back seats usage with the racing seats and harness? 3 answers
        length of the harness bar what is the full length of a harness bar 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (31) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.6

          out of 5 stars

          • 5/5

            July 23, 2019


            The Corbeau harness bar works great. It is very low key to the point that some people miss it. I love it.


            Year: 2013 Submodel: GT500

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          • 4/5

            May 22, 2019

            Product looks good.

            Everything is good but the decal doesn’t stick to the bar.


            Year: 2011 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            April 06, 2019

            Functional and Aesthetically Pleasing

            I purchased the Corbeau harness bar to change the aesthetics of my interior to a race car feel. It is made with integrity to promote safety for the hard core racing enthusiast, but it also makes your drive to work in the mornings much more fun. Awesome product.


            Year: 2013 Submodel: GT

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            November 29, 2018

            Corbeau Seat Belt Harness Bar

            It works as advertised and gets the job done. Took about an hour to install having never installed one before. Several Youtube videos on how to install.


            Year: 2012 Submodel: GT

            Helpful (2)

          • 5/5

            October 12, 2018

            Easy to do...big help on track

            Installed in about an hour. Combine with harness, track day was so much better at Mid-Ohio road course. If your mustang is a track/autocross car, just do it! (I still use factory belts for street driving.)


            Year: 2010 Submodel: GT

            Helpful (3)

          • 5/5

            July 02, 2018

            Looks and works great

            I would really like to get a roll set but this works great and maybe in the future all upgrade


            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

            Helpful (4)

          • 4/5

            March 30, 2018

            Bolt in harrness bar

            Easy to install harness belt holder...keeps the Corbeau harness belts in position over the top of my ROUSH stock seats without the cut in pockets and looks good with the interior. No more fumbling around to find the belts slid down along the side of the seats. Get in, get secured and get on track quickly and easily. The only issue is that it does interfere somewhat with the smooth operation of the stock retractable seat belt I still use on the street, but that is minimal and workable!


            Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

            Helpful (4)

          • 5/5

            December 28, 2017

            Corbeau Harness Bar

            Good product and installation was not hard at all. Took about 45 minutes to install and one thing I really like is that the bar does not impede the ability to recline the seat to my liking.


            Year: 2012 Submodel: GT

            Helpful (6)

          • 5/5

            October 14, 2016

            Exactly what I needed

            I was looking for a quick and easy bolt in harness bar and I couldn't be happier. High quality and fairly priced.


            Year: 2013 Submodel: Boss

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          • 4/5

            June 28, 2016

            Easy install

            This was an easy install and very functional. Holds your 4 or 5 point harness shoulder belts very securely. Good purchase if you want a harness style belt and don't want to put in a roll cage.


            Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

            Helpful (5)

          • 5/5

            December 08, 2015

            Does What It Says!

            The bar fit into the car perfectly with about an hour of installation time. Mine came in a Black powder coat instead of the Silver which I did not expect but I like the black more because my interior is black. I use my car on the road as well as the track and in AutoX. The bar is at the perfect height to install any 4, 5, or 6 point harness of your choice. I might also add it makes a perfect place to mount a GoPro camera. If you ever put people in the back seat after this you can laugh at them getting in and out and they will make comments like "Your back seat feels like a roller coaster" now that the bar is there. Overall great product and American Muscle handles customer service flawlessly every time I order so thank you for that!


            Year: 2011 Submodel: V6 Ann Arbor, MI

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          • 4/5

            September 17, 2015

            Gets the job done

            The bar is great. Tubular so it's lightweight. I had to bend the tips and the installation is awkward and directions a bit vague but other than that it's a good product. Cheaper than a roll bar to install harnesses


            Year: 2011

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          • 5/5

            May 22, 2015

            Does the job well

            so the install is quite straight forward. Watch the youtube video on how to install the FX1 seats with harness bar and 5 point harness before you begin. if you need the harness bar, obviously you have a harness, and you may need extra hardware. Check my review on the harness for info on the hardware I suggest. Note that if the bar seems too small, you need to either bend the ends out to reach the belt mounts, or if you just thread the bolts just a turn or 2, you can get both sides started. After that, just screw them in evenly and it will pull in and bolt up fine.


            Year: 2011 Submodel: V6 Oshawa, Ontario, Canada

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          • 5/5

            December 18, 2014

            fast. easy. and it works!

            Installed by myself in 35 minutes. My harnesses slipped right on. No problems! Thanks AM!!


            Year: 2011 Submodel: GT Saint Louis, MO, USA

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          • 4/5

            December 18, 2014

            Harness bar

            Install wasnt too bad once you get the ball rolling, website says silver bar but recieved black which is good because I was going to have it powder coated because my interior is black, price could be better considering you can get a 8 point roll bar for less


            Year: 2005 Submodel: GT Sacramento, CA, USA

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          • 4/5

            August 13, 2014

            Corbeau harnes bar

            Seems to be of good quality, solid consdtruction. Not to be used in leau of a solid roll cage, but good for daily Driving. Install was a little hard for DIY, you really need 2 people. Ordered the silver one but recieved a Black coated one. Liked it better, as less conspicuous. so kept it. Four stars only because the stock seat belt is now hard to retract. Possibly the pressure put on by the bar.Shouldn't matter if you install racing seat belts as I intend to later. will check on that.


            Year: 2008 Submodel: Bullitt Anderson, In

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          • 4/5

            April 02, 2014

            Good harness bar considering there aren't any alternatives.

            Bar fits nicely (not perfectly) and does the job of securing your shoulder harness. I had to grind down the locating pins where it secures to the top seatbelt mounting point though. The bar sits at the perfect height for my shoulders with fixed back bucket seats. I was happy my bar came in black instead of the silver in the picture. As someone mentioned earlier, take a picture of how your stock seatbelts come off on the top mounting point. I let go of the assembly at one point and had to use the other side as a guide. If you're using your lower seatbelt mounts to secure your lap belts, you will probably need a longer bolt on the driver side.


            Year: 2013 Submodel: GT Toronto, ON, Canada

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          • 3/5

            March 04, 2014

            Ok product

            Overall the bar looks ok now that I have painted it. The instructions are ok to follow. The bar itself came in with chips and rust on the finish. I ended up sanding it down and painting it to match my car. Took a couple hours to install by myself.


            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT Tipp City, OH, USA

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          • 5/5

            February 28, 2014

            color isn't grey but its ok love it!

            first off the color isn't grey mine was black not really a big deal to me but just thought I should tell you guys so you might order one and ask or something for the colors, ok the fitment was great fits nice and looks sweet, no movement, harness fit perfect this was a great investment for me I love it.


            Year: 2012 Submodel: GT Thousand Oaks, CA, USA

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          • 4/5

            September 23, 2013

            Harness bar works great, install with 2 people to make it easier

            I do Autocross events & find that the stock belts were not holding me in place enough. This harness bar is excellent quality for holding the belt of my choice - it's fitment is about right with no slop. What makes it awkward to get settled into the car is that the factory seat belt parts are not included in the instructions. so once you have the slightly awkward bar resting on the pillars you're now threading several parts on each side that you're hoping you got back together right. Make a little picture of how it came apart & for sure don't lose the little spring that comes flying out. it holds the extender arm out so the seatbelt is reachable. I strongly recommend that a second person be involved, I got it in by myself but it was unwieldy having to be inside, behind the bar & also outside to reach everything. I would also drill out the locator pin holes one drill size bigger so that you're not fighting it if your car isn't exactly square. it's not gonna mess up the alignment that smidge, plus the support bars do a great job squaring it up. The bar is really well placed for me. My harness instructions were very educational on restraint location & this bar is right in the sweet spot for the uppers. Once I got the hang of cinching the belts I was really impressed with how stable I stayed despite going even harder into turns. Arm fatigue dropped to a mild ache from feeling like a major work out. A definite must if you track frequently


            Year: 2014 Submodel: V6 Indiana, USA

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