no, but you might need to mount some loops on the back of your seat to 'control' them. If the straps are long enough on the "high points" you should be able to bolt them with one bolt to the floor centered behind the seat, then over the top, through your mounted loops or horns. Tie them in with your "low point" that's bolted in the center in front of the seat and buckle it all together.
Or bolt a shoulder belt "high point" on the fender well behind the seat and use a similar method.
Gunners in humvees have a strap available, but it's not used too much. most prefer the idea of being thrown out as opposed to held and crushed, ALSO the strap gets in the way of dropping INTO the cab on a rollover drill. Apples and oranges though.
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