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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-05-2002, 02:34 AM
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rolling arch for my Zuki

I'm looking for plans to build a rolling arch for my zuki.
I'm planning to mount it insted of the cover holding original arch so it will be mounted just above the back seat over the passangers heads. Any ideas , plans etc ?

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 08-05-2002, 04:18 AM
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Re: rolling arch for my Zuki

A what? I'm probobly the only one who doesn't know what the heck that is but... What is it? A roll bar I'm guessing.
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Re: rolling arch for my Zuki

Or are you talking about the bar for the soft top ?
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Re: rolling arch for my Zuki

I have an idea!!!!
Why don't they change your status from "stranger" to just "strange"....
All in good fun ron_k...but what are you talkin about exactly????
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post #5 of (permalink) Old 08-06-2002, 01:41 AM
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Exactly that

I mean a roll bar but not folding one like the original factory made for holding the covers but a real havy duty butch 2"-3" pipe thing that I can make myself.
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Re: Exactly that

theres several vendors that carry a rear roll bar kit ..... you can go be a pic of 1 of those to lay it out
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Re: Exactly that

Garsh, that is not what I had pictured at all...

Mental Image: A covered wagon top on the back of your Zuk, like arched instead of squared.

It sounds like you are after a full box cage for the rear area that can double as a soft-top frame.
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