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Do tubular gussets have to be symetrical? I'm adding a gusset to the left and right side of a piece of tubing, and I'm planning on making one of the gussets longer than the other one. Any problem with this. I think it's fine, but all the ones I see are the same on both sides.

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Yeah, I was wonfering about the "kink". I don't think it'll be a problem. The gussets will be on the same tube. It would be like this:
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Column 1 is the long gusset, coulmn 2 is the main tube, and coulmn 3 is the short gusset. This is for the rear of a CJ style rear cage. The main tube (#2 above) would go from the main hoop to the rear wheel well, #1 would go towards the center of the main hoop, and #3 would actually go down towards the floor on the side. PS--Never mind about the drawing, it comes out wrong after I post, Oh well, maybe the description is good enough.

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