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Old 09-23-2002, 08:00 AM   #8 (permalink)
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I know I need to triangulate the uprights but thanks for the suggestion anyhow.

ZJ, I've been planning on doing exactly what you did with your side bars and was going to put the downward bend in them. What did you do for tieing in your bars to the body. Did you just use floor plates or did you actually do some subframe work? I'm still looking to find an upper bar that can swing out and click shut but won't rattle the whole time I'm on the trail. I'd like to have that for resting my arm on while tooling along also I'm doing all my sheetmetal work around the windshield today and will be permanently welding the cage in tonight. Sometimes ya gotta love being in school and not having a job at 29 yrs. old

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