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Old March 30th, 2012, 09:18 AM   #828
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Originally Posted by mschaffer66 View Post
I've noticed a lot of these southern style buggies have really laid back a-pillars. Does that have a negative effect on how strong the cage is in a roll over situation?
somewhat, but when an A pillar fails it generally doesn't fail far enough to get into the seated area. What really worries me is there basically isn't a B pillar, which makes a long span between the A pillar and C pillar, and very little protection in a roll

Why not add a B pillar to protect your head?

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