This is certainly not "new technology" but it does involve apparatus purchasing... any help would be appreciated.
I do not have access to older versions of 1901 and am trying to find out what the standard indicated on a 1991 Engine for seat belts.
Any help on what NFPA stated when this engine was built (1991) would be very helpful.
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NFPA 1901 for 1991 Engine
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We had twin 1991 Spartans. From the factory they had lap belts in the back, three point in the front.
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