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Old 04-10-2012, 08:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Roll cage welding

I have a pre-cut roll cage for a tj that I need to get welded in. Looking for an experienced, reasonable (cheap) person to weld it in. It is cut to go through the dash and tie into the frame. I don't know what brand it is but it uses the existing rear roll bar and welds into a full cage. I'm in no hurry but need it done buy the end of August. My wife won't let my 4 1/2 old into the jeep until it is "safe". Thanks in advance.

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I'm located in the northern Sacramento area.
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A location might help, I can do it but be careful asking for cheap on a roll cage - that's your 4 1/2 year old that your putting behind that cheap weld..

Not saying my welds suck

I'm in sac, let me know if you can come here..
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well ya beat me to it.. I'm by sac state. So is it just the two front legs with a cross bar? How many connections? Feel free to email or PM me..

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There are 11 pieces to the kit. I'm looking for some who has done it before and looking for some one to do it on the side. The number one priority is the it gets done right, a distant second it that I save some money on it.
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Old 04-10-2012, 09:05 PM   #7 (permalink)
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call Halm Metal Fab located off raley blvd 9169926131
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I can't do this and am looking to try to help some one experienced who may be a little down on their luck before going to one of the local shops. The economy is pretty tough right now, and I wanted to see if anyone one on this forum is interested first.
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I can do it, feel free to come look at my cage and my stuff. Let me know..

I've built a bunch of rigs and could definitely use a few bucks!
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You rock, thanks for the offer. I'm in over my head on this one but you have first dibs on the job if you want it. Have you done a tj through the dash roll cage before?
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A cage is a cage, it's all tube and joints. A kit that is already notched certainly saves time and makes prep a little easier. To anwser the question of a tj cage, no. I did own a tj before I ever owned a yota so I am well aware of how they are setup. What kind Of kit is it (who makes it)?
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