This photo is showing you several variations. The top belt has the long upper pivot mount. The second belt has the short upper pivot mount. The left retractor is for a lap belt. The upper middle is for either harness, with the plastic cover. The lower middle is a little longer than the upper middle, without the plastic cover. The right belt is part of the lap belt.
I haven't had a problem with the "long metal tang" on the floor anchor. It's hardly noticeable between the door jam and the side of the seat. It doesn't affect comfort, and I keep my seat all the way back. I'll try and take some photos this weekend. Send me a reminder.
I have noticed, with the upper anchor point, that the belt chafes my neck a bit. Even with the long upper pivot. I will buy some belt covers when I find some I like.
BTW, the belts don't come with hardware for the upper pivot mount. I bought some seatbelt bolts from the junk yard. Ended up using metric bolts from a late model Bonneville. This was the only bolt the correct length and diameter, allowing it to actually pivot. Depending on how you fabricate your upper mount, you might be able to use a different bolt.
'00 CNG Crown Vic daily driver