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Old April 26th, 2013, 07:28 PM   #1
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Building a rear cage for a buddy. That's all I go to say about that...






Little ways to go yet, I'll get more pics up this weekend.
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Old April 26th, 2013, 08:17 PM   #2
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Looks nice.
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Very nice lines!! looks sweet
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looks nice, tough to tell how much head clearance from the bars you will have...looks tight in the photos. Are you going to support it from the back at all? I would't rely on the stock cage to carry the impact load for the rear cage. And WTF is mounted to the hood of that thing?
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Just for kids, not mounted below, will hold just fine, radiator.
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Just for kids, not mounted below, will hold just fine, radiator.
I wouldn't trust it if it were my kids, even a simple roll over the right way could taco that thing. It does look fantastic though. Why did he mount the rad on the hood?
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is there a bar that goes off the lower tube down to the frame?
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is there a bar that goes off the lower tube down to the frame?
He said no. If I were him I would rethink that part of the design
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