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WTB Bolt in roll cage

Exactly what the title says, looking for a bolt in auto power or other brand roll cage.
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Exactly what the title says, looking for a bolt in auto power or other brand roll cage.
Autopower is hardly a roll cage. It bolts to the floor. Bad idea.
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Autopower will do perfectly for my particular application thank you
I’ve found one at a fair price thanks to Dimi.
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Okay. I should have clarified; in a rollover situation, it is quite easy for the floor mounted plates to punch through the floor.

This happened on a Mustang with a floor-mounted cage, it punched right through the floor. Both people walked away, perhaps because the seats were reclining and reclined by force. (The car ended upside down with basically no roof left.)

If you are using it with the assumption that it provides virtually no additional rollover protection I guess that is okay.

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Okay. I should have clarified; in a rollover situation, it is quite easy for the floor mounted plates to punch through the floor.

This happened on a Mustang with a floor-mounted cage, it punched right through the floor. Both people walked away, perhaps because the seats were reclining and reclined by force. (The car ended upside down with basically no roof left.)

If you are using it with the assumption that it provides virtually no additional rollover protection I guess that is okay.
Yeah like I said before, a bolt in cage will work perfectly for my application. I donít plan on rolling my car anytime soon If I die in a rollover accident at least Iíll go out with a sh** eating grin on my face.
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