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Title says it all I'm looking for a stock roll cage to use during the jeep rebuild so I can get a soft top on it and keep the rain out. Anybody have one they want to get rid of
 

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Ok I went to the website and I registered but It has to be approved before i can check it out will do so asap. Thanks
 

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I was able to see it but I'm going to leave that one as a last resort I really don't want to drill thru my dash just yet. I'm still deciding the route I want to take on this rebuild. Thanks for all the help I would appreciate more responses if y'all find more cages out there. Thanks again
 

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From what he told me it's a small half moon in the corner. No ac mods. It's a ton more room than ya think, and IMO looks cleaner. I'm going to cut mine off and run through dash when I pick up more tubing. The only other one I know of I posted a while back. It's a PSC LJ cage, but I'd assume could be easily made to fit a TJ. Texas4x4 has the busy classified I've seen Pete. Put up a req on the local sites and you could prob find one by noon.
 

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Thanks I will try that
 

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The front addition still bolts to the upper b-pillars the same as stock. So you could wait to install just the front portion or sell it and keep the factory rear portion.
 

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The front addition still bolts to the upper b-pillars the same as stock. So you could wait to install just the front portion or sell it and keep the factory rear portion.
Speaking of Ramon, welcome to the site. As he mentioned the front is a bolt on, so you don't have to run the A pillar section if you chose not to. Could prob sell it and break even.
 

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rkik said:
The front addition still bolts to the upper b-pillars the same as stock. So you could wait to install just the front portion or sell it and keep the factory rear portion.

So I could install the entire stock cage and leave off the part that goes thru the dash
 

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rkik said:
The front addition still bolts to the upper b-pillars the same as stock. So you could wait to install just the front portion or sell it and keep the factory rear portion.

So I could install the entire stock cage and leave off the part that goes thru the dash
Yes, the entire A-pillar section bolts on. You'd have the stock B-pillar with the two side down tubes(stock C-pillar) with a C-pillar upper crossbar going across the top.
 

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Ok That will work for me i will try to contact him this week thanks
 

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Only thing I don't have is the stock bars that attach the factory b-pillar to the windshield. So if you remove the aftermarket front a-pillar through the dash portion you will need to locate a set of those factory windshield bars if you don't have them.
 

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Oh ok I understand now. I will see if the ones I had are still good and will let you know something probably in the next week or so depending on my schedule thanks
 
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