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does anyone know of anyone that makes roll bars for in a 2001 tib


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After the rest of my parts get done I'll be working on fabricating a bolt in roll bar, so I utilize a five point harness correctly.


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Please...if you are doing this for safety reasons...do not, I repeat do not use MonkeyBars. Those are just for looks and very dangerous to have if you get in an accident. Get a proper roll-cage that you have to weld to your chassis...please!
When it comes to things like that...I don't like bolt-in stuff.


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Edited by - BlueSpanishShark on 01/22/2002 5:11:34 PM
 

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The bolt in cage is NHRA certifiable if four .375 bolts used with a 6"x6"x.125" mild steel backing plate and welds sonic checked. The cage will be Chromoly and will be tig welded.


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Edited by - HRD_Tiburon on 01/22/2002 6:35:22 PM
 

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Not bad man! I hope you don't think that I think bolt in roll cages don't work? It's just I think it would be a lot more better if a person would weld the roll cage to the chassis. In the near future that's what am doing.
But I still stand by my remark about the monkeybars. They are ****<img src=/images/forums/snitz/mad.gif width=16 height=16 border=0>


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OK, call me stupid if you wish, WTF are Monkeybars?
Besides the ones in the school playground.

BTW, most folks I kno with a roll cage fitted have them pro made. When it comes to safety buy the best you can.


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This is their web site.
http://www.monkeybars1.com/home.html
These bars are just for show and offer no structural strength for your car. If you look at a real roll-cage set up that affixes to the chassis of your car, they look nothing like those monkeybars. You will understand why I say they are not safe when you look at the designs they have. Roll-cages are meant to strengthen your car not make it look nice.


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These are what real roll cages and roll bars should look like. They are not pretty but they do the job. http://www.cachassisworks.com/cages.htm
But with any of these roll cage set ups, say good bye to your back seat. You might be able to keep your seat with the 8 pt.

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Edited by - BlueSpanishShark on 01/23/2002 04:51:11 AM
 

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i have a roll cage in my car... only one that i know of in a tibby, got it with the targa top and frame wrapped.

thick steal, custom done, welded right to the chassis. strong as hell, and people look over, and they are like holy ****... he's a serious racer, even though i'm not hehe

they see the bottle of nos, and they just cowar away hehe or constantly want me to spray juice


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