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08:35PM | 06/02/13
Member Since: 07/12/08
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Bvmoney
Hi ALl;
I am refurbishing an amusement ride in preparation to sell it and I need help locating some hardware and materials. It shouldn't be difficult and when I describe what I need, lots of you will probably have suggestions. This just isn't my area of expertise so I don't have a clue. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions anyone can provide.

First item I need is a quick release pin. I'm not really sure what it's called but it is a pin that holds and releases the shoulder restraint and is easy to adjust and release. The picture I have provided below shows where this goes - It goes in place of the bolt. I had this once but then found it missing and from what I can remember, I was able to pull on this pin to release (adjust it) and when I let go, it snapped back in place. It was something that couldn't get lost as it seemed to remain attached to the larger piece below. It has to be really secure so it can only be released by the operator and won't accidentally release unexpectedly or while the ride is running. Anyone have any idea where an individual can buy something to serve this purpose in a quantity of one ? Thanks.

Tim
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