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Yostyexplorer94's Hybrid Roll Cage

Discussion in 'Offroad Fabrication - Bumpers, Sliders, Cages etc.' started by yostyexplorer94, April 15, 2018.

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  1. gmanpaint

    gmanpaint It's Always Something! Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    Might ask the Mrs, if you can take some time for that, so you can get it all painted before it rusts on ya.

    As John Snow says... WINTERS COMING.
     
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  3. yostyexplorer94

    yostyexplorer94 Yost Offroad Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    I just saw this. I painted it as it was for the rust reason.

    I was very unhappy with my b pillar placement. I couldn't put my seat back the whole way so I have been somewhat cramped since the cage install.

    I cut the b pillar hoop completely out and relocated it further back. I initially wanted to keep the ability to put the rear seats back in and I placed it over the body mount in case I never tie into the frame. Now I have it placed where I can tie into the frame easier and there will be no leg room for the back seats. I removed the rear seat belts too so it is pretty finalized now.

    I have plenty of leg room up front now and that is nice! I did not take any pictures of the progress. I still have to tie it into the upper seat belt mount on the pillar for added support and would like to tie into a lower portion of the b pillar sometime.
     
  4. yostyexplorer94

    yostyexplorer94 Yost Offroad Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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