I uploaded the pics to 'my pictures' but I can't seem to get the attachement thing going, sorry. I'll read up on how to do this and try to get em posted.
:agree: Nor are there any pics waiting to be approved. Try uploading them again.:thumbsup:there are no pics in your album
I'm not very keen on bolt-in bars. I figure if you are going to go through the effort, might as well get the strongest one you can get. There's a reason why major race associations (NHRA, IHRA, etc) specify welded-in roll barsSure bolting wont be as strong but it is still bolted using 4 bolts into the frame for each bar. In no way is it for show.
Show would a chrome bar that bolts to the fiberglass.
:laughing:I got a few more pics that are better after everything was installed. Will post them in a sec.
Push down the track? Oh man, your killin' me, LOL. I really can take criticism guys, so you won't offend me. Was actually thinking about cutting out and rewelding a few of my welds and adding a couple of gussets on the door bar. Frankly, this was my first project requiring welding, so I am fairly pleased with it overall, the fitment was particularly hard (for me) as I had to miss the interior panels, stock seat belts, had hardly any clearance between the stock seat and door and door sills, battery door etc. Everything fit pretty snug really, and I can even open/unlock the door from the inside!
Also, If I get called on the bolt in cage, I can easily weld it in at this point, and with the 1/4" plates, it should be pretty stout.