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Old 01-30-2008, 05:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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anyone put in rollcage an how,im awelder by trade .i wouldnt mind some ideas,i have 94 Tracker
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It sort of already has one in that the door posts and roof frame sheet metal forms a "cage" of sorts. It would be pretty tight tring to worm a tube frame into the front seat compartment, but a pickup style braced frame where the back seat is should be pretty easy to do.
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It sort of already has one in that the door posts and roof frame sheet metal forms a "cage" of sorts. It would be pretty tight tring to worm a tube frame into the front seat compartment, but a pickup style braced frame where the back seat is should be pretty easy to do.
the rollcage in them is not that good my buddy rolled his an the roof caved in
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Calmini makes one. Sport Cage
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the rollcage in them is not that good my buddy rolled his an the roof caved in
He still has a head though, right?

But you're right, its' not good if you "expect" to roll over. Actually makes fitting a cage more of a PITA compared to trucks that don't have any superstructure like Jeeps or Samurais.
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I have seen some external roll cages, even some that are removable but they are very ugly.
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ive seen one on the petroworks website that looks good but dont know if they sell themGallery :: Petroworks Tracker/Sidekick 2 Door Sport Cage :: IMG_4136
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yeah i was looking into that one from petroworks but that is too much for me to spend. But it is a very nice cage. maybe I'll spend the money one day.
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I have a 95 tracker 3door with a full cage in it. Bought with it already in, so not sure how construction went, but I can chuck up some picks of particular points if youd like
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I would like to see it main points to the body and around the dash and floorboard area's things like that. thanks
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