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I have a CJ5 with the stock roll bar, someone mentioned that without the family bar or additional enclosure in the rear, that rear seat passengers would be required to wear a helmet on the dunes, any one know for sure?
Can't say as I remember paying that much attention. Last time I was there I was in full sized truck, first time in the jeep coming up at the end of the month and want to be prepared.
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What you heard was correct. If your cage does not extend over the heads of the rear seated passengers they are required to wear a helmet.
 

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yes that is correct. the dnr made some of our friends get out of the back seat of a cj5 due to the rollbar not covering their heads. apparently they are ok with you turning your rear seat around to face backwards though.
 

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yes that is correct. the dnr made some of our friends get out of the back seat of a cj5 due to the rollbar not covering their heads. apparently they are ok with you turning your rear seat around to face backwards though.
True. They require a rollbar behind a person's head, if backseat is turned around the rollbar is behind their heads.
 
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