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    Roll Cage Finished!

    I started with the Integy Part #T8089 Roll Cage and cut and built from there. Black side mesh is from an office trashcan. Let me know what you think!




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    pretty sweet job. might wanna get a dust shroud/cover for it. (goes over chassis under your rollcage) will make the interior look all black and blend the chassis into the cage more.

    looks good man
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    Thanks man! That's a good idea to get the dust shroud for it, I may have to do that.

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    absolutely great job, that would be nice on my slayer.

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    Looks great, now you got to put mad max decals, that looks like it came out of there.
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    Thanks Shiftt! Yeah, a slayer with rollcage would be sweet. Thanks Jezza, Fury Road was the best movie of 2015 - in my opinion. I need to add some long poles with dynamite sticking out of it...or in this case a firecracker.

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    That is awesome looking.

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    Thats a sweet looking cage

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    Roll Cage Finished

    Can anyone recommend a good roll cage fabricator in Melbourne that is reasonably priced?

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    What does it mount to? Got any close ups of that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by olds97_lss View Post
    What does it mount to? Got any close ups of that?
    Looks like he has it either taped or clipped to the front and rear body posts.
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    Mounts

    Quote Originally Posted by SlashMaxx4x4 View Post
    Looks like he has it either taped or clipped to the front and rear body posts.
    Sorry for the long delay, wasn't getting the notifications for some reason. To connect the roll cage to the frame I actually used washers that I bent and formed to match up to the front an rear mounts. I wanted it to be as easy as possible to take off and put on. JB Weld hasn't held up good so looking into tack welding the old fashioned way. Out of curiosity, would anyone be interested in a roll cage like this? If so, what seems reasonable to you for price?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teage23 View Post
    Sorry for the long delay, wasn't getting the notifications for some reason.
    I had the same issue. Had to change my email from a comcast email to gmail, then I started getting them again. No idea why, but after a few emails/inquiries, I gave up caring and just changed over to gmail for this forum.
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    Absolutely great job. Thats a awesome looking cage!
    run 3

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    I ended up getting an VG cage for mine. The body fits snug and I'm still running my old tattered body, but I have a new one on the shelf. At least now I know it will last a lot longer due to it not buckling in the middle and splitting in half like the other one did without the cage.

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