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    Cage pics

    Just figued I'd throw some pics on here.

    heres how it looked when i started.



    cage out.


    Heres the start.





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    Flat top dash and wiper holes covered.



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    Theres a few pics lol














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    Heres the progress up until now










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    Quote Originally Posted by A-DAM JEEP View Post
    Curious as to the purpose of this removable portion
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    The center console is not removeable. So remove that section and the cage can be taken out.

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    I like your design and also your centre console as its motivation for me to build something similar down the road instead of getting a Tuffy.
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    Slick looking cage

    Nice work.
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    Nice job. Are you going to add any gussets? I had a few that double as grab handles that tilt inside slightly and they come in handy. Also, is that a NWFW triple cable shift kit? What t-case do you have and how did you set up your sticks (ie: fwd=hi, back=lo, left to right rear, front, crawler)?

    Sorry to deviate from the topic. I've ordered an Atlas 4 speed and the NWFB triple shift kit and haven't yet decided how to set it up...

    Nice cage!
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    They are NWFW its on a 231/300 I'm running their reverse cable set up on my flipped 300. It was a Pain in the ass but it works well. Should have gone with the atlas.

    ---------- Post added at 11:48 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:45 PM ----------

    Not sure that I need that many gussets. I find that they looked very cluttered if you add too many.

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    Good to keep the free hand(s) grabbing onto something solid without pinching fingers, especially the TB

    Follow up question: If you had of gone with an Atlas, which of the 4 different ratio combos would YOU have gone with?

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    Not sure. I barely use my full low range of 5.34:1 I use just the 300 in low most of the time.

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    Badass! Turning out awesome. Bet the A to C was fun.
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    Looks good we need to have a wobbly pop sometime.
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    Its all been and interesting learning experience. Some bars are more difficult than others. RBJeepThing Wobbly pops are a good Idea!

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    Looking good Adam! You will need gussets at the main intersections. I would add something over your head but otherwise, very clean.


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    Got a few more pics and a little more done.

    started in on the shock hoops.
















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