I want to build an exo cage on my '79 K5. I would like to make portions of it removable so that if I ever need to do work (change a fender, remove the top, etc.) I can seperate sections. Is this unrealistic strength-wise (will it turn into a breakaway cage?) or is there a right or wrong way to do it? I was thinking of using ORD's bushing assemblies (http://www.offroaddesign.com/catalog/bushingassemblies.htm) at the joints, and using big hitch pins secured by cotter pins (or whatever those little hairpin looking things are called) over certain sections for quick, tooless removal. The prime example would be from the main hoop back over the removable section of the roof, so I could unpin it, flip it up, remove the top, flip it back, and repin. I think I've seen this on some of the Jeep roof racks. Sound good? Or am I an idiot?