Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 87GMC, Feb 26, 2002.
Does anyone know of a interior roll bar kit for the pickup?
I have a friend who builds cages does nice work. He is in Denver if you want give him a call at 720-217-8826. They normally do race cars but they can do blazer/truck cages as well.
Try... <a target="_blank" href=http://www.swracecars.com>S&W Race Cars</a> and see if they have something that'll work for you... more info for what kind of truck, and where you are located would help in finding a place near you that could possibly build one...
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Steph is right. S&W sells a cage kit which will work in the truck cab. I just installed one this past weekend and it worked out fine. If I were you, I would buy the S&W kit, then install it through the dash. I didn't install mine through the dash and wish I would have to gain some clearance. I will post pics in the next few days. I deleted some bars and added bars in other places. The kit is worth the money.
Mudzer 1978/91 K5
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Neil, does it offer any protection to the rear half of the blazer or just the cab? I realize yours has the stock roll bar in the back, did you tie them together some how?
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Has anyone else used the S&W cage? Got any other ideas on cage options, I am looking for a weld in kit and I am going to fab joints to the frame. Thanks in advance for info, pics and ideas.
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