<html><body bgcolor="#FFFFFF" text="#000000">For those of you with full cages: Here is a pic
that shows how I replaced my stock rollbar supports with new, beefy ones. Simple enough, right? I need to finish off the full cage tho, by slapping in the front part. Here is a pic of BillTooley
; notice how his front bars on his cage are straight, they proceed from the front floor board in a b-line to the top of his windshield.This is the strongest method for building the front part of the roll cage, but not the most aesthetically pleasing (sorry, Cori, I really like your cage and all, but mine is still a daily driver, I'm 6'3", and crawling around that bar every time I get in and out of my zook gives me the heebie-jeebies!). What I really want to do is bend my front roll bar into that nook between the dash and the door, so that it hugs the contour of the cab front. I have seen this done, but the math doesn't work out: there is no more than 1.25" between the door and the dash, and the good rollcage pipe is is just under 2", outer diameter. How are you guys fitting this pipe in there without butchering your door, or dash, or both...? Thanks for any help!</body></html>
'87 Sami, 5.5" SpOA, 33" Pro-Comps, Snorkel, 8k winch, 23" buggy-leafs, etc, etc.