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Old 05-04-2004, 08:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am going to be building a cage in my 2500 diesel ram soon, and its a heavy truck. what do you guys suggest to use for tube size and thickness?
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I'd use 2" .120 wall. 2" is substantially stronger than even 1.75.

I'd probably use DOM vs. HREW, but HREW would be fine if the cage is built correctly.

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I used 1.75 HREW / .120 and I'm comfortable with it.
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And I'm also using HREW in 2" and I'm ditching the cab.


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