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This was an in and out. he came in with a mangled ass cage, we built him a stout one out of 2.0 .120 DOM, and set it up for him to stretch it and narrow it when he gets his new rear axle. We also set up the used coilovers and set them up to be angled when stretched later.
 

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Heres the AFTER pics.

Anybody want some other shots?
 

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The poor little red TJ. It used to be sooooo purdy, then Bernie got it. I think you should have made it out of .250 wall or even .375 wall for when he gets crazy:eek:
 

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He gets it...
 

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looks like, he rolled it, smashed the top in, they had to use that to get him outa there??
They rolled it in sand. The hi-lift was being sued to straighten the cage a little bit so he could atleast sit in it again. The cage completely failed and deformed. The hi-lift bent in half jacking the cage back up.
 

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For everyone who says they want to use shitty cheap meatl and don't care about structural security, just looks(though they don't phrase it like that). that seems to be good metal and an average structure.
 

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That cage will meet and exceed SCORE class 8 specs, all we-rock head heigth/strength and uroc head heigth/strength guidlines.

Jared<--The guy who fabbed most of the cage, has a backround of SCORE chassis building, and is use to getting cars back that have flipped and rolled at 80mph, and having his work hold up.

We should be good for this crawler cage :grinpimp:
 
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