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Roll cage

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by hammermachine, Nov 15, 2006.

  1. hammermachine

    hammermachine 1/2 ton status

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    Does anybody know where I could get a Roll cage for my K5?:k5: :weld: :hack:
     
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    do it yourself? I will weld a roll cage on my own.
     
  3. hammermachine

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    I thought about that but I've got no skills or a place to work.
     
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    We do cages in blazers from mild to wild....right in Linden NJ....let me know.
     
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    I got my cage kit from www.swracecars.com

    They offer pre bent cages for almost all cars in 8 and 10 point styles(they are also nhra certified). They come with instructions but the tube needs to be notched, cut to exact length, and welded in. I got mine last christmas when they had a holiday sale and bought the cage for what it would have just cost me for tube.
    -Harrison
     
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    Hey


    I still have you guys bookmarked for replacing my cargo bed floors. You do cages too that's cool. Now all I have to do is save up enough money.:bow: :bow:
     
  8. srscout

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    A couple of us went in togather and bought a Pro-Tools bender and did our own cages. IMO it is the only way to go. No matter what you buy you will have to settle for what someone elses idea is. When you build your own ( or have a custom done) you get EXACTLY what you want and not the same thing that 10,000 other guys have.
     

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