- Fri Apr 11, 2014 7:57 am
The only place to go if you want a real race quality roll cage! When you start looking at the difference between a race cage and some barn bent tooob you start to understand the dynamics involved in a chassis that will survive the constant pounding and potential high speed digger or an actual off road race car. Tying everything together properly to transfer the stress to larger area's of the structure while still trying to package into an existing body requires an amazing amount of enginuity and creativity. It looks even better in person!
I have rolled everything I have tried to drive on rocks. Was lucky that the only high speed roll wasn't that high speed and we landed squarely on the roof in a foot of snow. The crap that I welded together was good enough, but I am glad to have better now. If my driving isn't going to improve my roll cage better. [smiley=beer.gif]
Having a quality cage should be a top priority for everyone!
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