I got a dumb idea, criticize if you want, but i saw it done in an old blazer. They took a rollcage like that and reversed it in the backend of the truck. It was so that the tall part was by the tailgate looked cool
Those chrome-bolt-to-the-bed-rollbars are worth exactly nothing, they're just "pretty".[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img] You could put lights up there, but if you ever take your truck down a trail you'd have branches hitting your $100 a peice chrome plated lights. Waste of money.
285/75R16, 255/85R16, & 305/70R16 fit on a stock GM IFS fullsize 4x4 truck when on the stock 16x7 rims.
Yeah those things suck huge smelly nuts, ESPECIALLY with a body lift. That isn't a roll cage, it's a light bar. That's why I took mine off and am going to build a real one. If you want it to look good, (burn it) I mean, then get it or not, wont make a difference, but they wont help anything in a roll over. Might as well make one out of PVC pipe. You MIGHT be able to make a 90 bend with plates on both ends so it hooks to the frame, but why bother.
cut some 3" holes in the bed and weld some extesnions on and bolt that roll bar to the bed(oops ment frame), wouldnt be a lot of work and would be pretty stout, if you ever happen to flip that pretty white think on its lid[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/cool.gif[/img]
but yeah its whatever you like best personly I was thinking about building but it would be out of channel only go about 1.5-2"s above the cab so it woulod be hardly noticable, and it would be tires to the fram, it woul also have some deals in the center to keep stuff from slidding back and forth on it, Id also then have an exstesion deal set up coming of my reciver hitch in the rear so that it would be the same heith as the roll bar deal, that way I could easily haul 20' plus lumber with out haveing so much sticking out the rear