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    Hi All,

    Have got one of these CG-Locks fitted to my Vectra GSI 3.2, Makes cornering Much better, and better comfort on a Long trip. Mine cost me £50! This is by far the Cheapest I have seen, thought I would let you all know.

    Be Quick they are selling Fast!!!

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...MEWA:IT&ih=002

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    Think spoons has this fitted to his car,looks impressive.....

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    Stupid question (it's getting late!)........ Which part of the belt does this clamp to? Is it on the lap bit or the shoulder part?? Sounds interesting.

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    Look at the pic in the ad, it appears to attach to the shoulder bit just by the buckle. I'm assuming the way it works is it keeps the lap bit taught by not allowing any more belt to feed through the buckle part.

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    Hi,

    Yes it does attach to the Buckle, and does keep the lap belt part Taught.

    To release it you simply push a little leaver.

    It also helps with back pain, by not allowing you to Slouch in your seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asmiffy View Post

    It also helps with back pain, by not allowing you to Slouch in your seat.
    One reason I might get one for the long journeys as my back is in bits after sitting for 400miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark1319 View Post
    One reason I might get one for the long journeys as my back is in bits after sitting for 400miles.
    the only fault with my Vec is long journeys. I get out after a long drive and my back feels like it's been broken in half. It's comfortable all the while I'm on the move mind...

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    I also used to have back pain after a long journey, this device has helped no end. Well worth a try if you suffer. Your back feels much straighter with it fitted, and cornering is so so much better!!

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    Just a little helper, installation guide

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    Quote Originally Posted by glenboy View Post
    Think spoons has this fitted to his car,looks impressive.....
    Yep, got these fitted on the drivers and passenger belts.

    Better to be fast than sorry... errr.... I mean 'safe' than sorry...

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