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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by otisringle, May 22, 2006.

  1. otisringle

    otisringle 1/2 ton status

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    This Question Concerns Roll Bar Years.... Will A 76 Roll Bar Fit In A 90 Blazer. If Not, What Work Will Need To Be Done To It To Make It Fit. Please Respond. Need To Make A Decsion Soon....thank You
     
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    And Yes I Did A Search And Found Nothing That Was Helpful......
     
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    As far as I know, the answer is "no". With that said, it depends on the roll cage as to what modifications will be needed. For example, the roll cage sitting in my backyard (which coincidentally is for sale) would need to have two of the legs lenghtned to make it fit correctly.
     
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    depends if front or rear.

    The rear space is the same 73-91.

    The front space is the same for 73-77, and for 78-91 ... but not interchangeable. The floor pan changed significantly for '78 so that rear passengers had more leg room.

    The '76 roll bar you'er looking at will be about 6" too short in the front legs. Seeing as it is aftermarket -- factory only offered them in '74-75 -- I can't say for sure, but the rear legs would be a weird fit at best.

    -- A
     

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