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Old August 21st, 2008, 08:44 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Tab View Post
If your paying to have have something welded (or even a favor) you can have someone do the bends for you. Usually they would only be a few bucks a bend or find someone here that will hook you up. You could do a cage like that but you would have to gusset the shit out of it and it would be the dumbest looking thing you've ever seen. Plus the laughing stock of the intraweb. But I'm no engineer.
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I'm no engineer, and you dont have to be to know that a completely mitered cage is retarded.

remember- just because you can doesnt mean you should.

pay someone with the proper tools and knowledge to build a cage.... I mean, hell, it's only your life we're talking about...... you might as well make a mitered cage out of muffler tubing so it doesnt weigh much.

These 2 posts pretty much say it all. Can you? Yes.... Should you? No
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