Actually Kathy needs to make me another net, since there are gonna be quite a few mods to the roll cage.
The whole idea behind this mod was to build an internal tube frame. This makes it stronger, lighter, and less damage prone from roll overs. With all of the corners, including the door openings, now tubed, I can just relace, the outer skin, which will be riveted on, when excessive wrinkleing occurs.
It also makes the removal of the rear portion of the frame possible, with very little work, should I decide that future mods necessitate.
But it still keeps the overall look of the Jeep, it also allows me to run my doors and soft top, and even retain the rear seat for my daughters.
And yes the reason I am doing it like this, is so that I can drive it home from wherever I am working on iot, at the end of the day.
It is more work than I anticipated, but its going very quickly. This was the result of one full day on the rig, the other side still needs to be completed along with side skid support tubing, and plate.
And I havent been losing much of my previouse mods, since one of my foreman has now become feverishly hooked on wheeling, so before any of my parts hit the ground, they end up on his rig.
I just did an SOA and 2 axle swap for him last weekend, now he has my rocker panels,(including my side step hitch recievers)