PIC # 2 This is the picture of the cage outside of the vehicle. The back main hoop is the ZUK roll bar with approx 1" cut out of it on each side to allow the side bars to fit without touching the targa bar.
The cage takes some shoehorning to get it in there. The rear main hoop shood be chopped about 1" to lower it to allow adequate clearance for the side bars, then you weld them to the main hoop. The front bars bolt to the floor with the base plates straddling the body mount on the underside of the vehicle, so when you drill your holes through the floor they catch the body mounts thus giving it a more secure to the frame connection. The cage doesnt more at all when driving down the road or trail thus far.
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