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Roll Bar

Discussion in 'General Parts for Sale' started by Stroked72Blazer, Oct 9, 2003.

  1. Stroked72Blazer

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    I just pulled the roll bar out of my 72 Blazer. It is 3" tube I think but is not a perfect fit in my Blazer. I dont know what it came out of but the rear legs are just a tad too narrow for 72. Maybe a step side or some thing. It does have snaps screwed into it for the bakini top. I'm asking $50 or maybe a trade.
     
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    what do you mean too narrow?
    where did you attempt to attatch it at?
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    the rear legs are made to attach to the top of the wheel well. These stick in about 1/2 an inch
     
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    Would this fit in a second generation?
     

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