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Old July 1st, 2009, 07:59 PM   #1
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I have a Roll Bar that fits in a full size truck, it's double tube with single tube kickers (legs). It fits perfectally into a my 91/96 chevy, it came out of a 79 chevy, it's meant for a long box but will fit into a short box, no problems.

I grinded all the rust off of it, which was pretty much all the old paint, most of it was surface rust under the paint, and repainted it with tractor impliment semi-gloss black, with rust protector. Looks just like new, It has 4 light mounts. The bar is 63" wide by 55" long and 40" tall. I was going to use it but I wouldn't be able to put my quad in the back because of where the legs are located

$150, can meet halfway, or deliver for the right price

Also looking for another roll bar, they style that kinda raps around the rear window, with legs that attach to the wheel well and the side bars of the bar (not the top bar). Must be in good shape. Other Trades:

-16x7 (or 8) black rims for 6x5.5 chevy
-Chevy 4x4 stuff

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Will it fit a F150 short bed 1979?
 
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Yep, the only thing that will be off is the legs will stick towards the back of the wheel well, they'll still bolt on solid, but they wont be right in the middel of the well
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