I'm not going for the SD door bars either. Welcome back feom heades everyone Not an issue for dedicated track cars, but for anyone wanting to use a road car in competition very much an issue. Any tips on mounting the cage? As my own welding isn't up to a standard where I would trust it for safety related items like this the photos will be invaluable when discussing the way forward with my local welder. I'm going to use some OMP ones I think.
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Although I'm fairly happy with the rear part of the cage I agree it could be a lot better. On tarmac its very unlikely to hit anything with the ARB unles drifting of the tarmac to whatever I was just cursing a blue bonnet that day. Print this page.
John Thanks for the advice. In fact I've just checked the certificate for my Aley bar and it was certificated with a removable diagonal as well as having the diagonal left to right or right to left! Mike, I wouldn't bother with a cage cert - I've never been asked for one in 15 years of racing, mostly in Europe and often under FIA rules, nor in the 10 years of speed events before that. Oh the fun of running cheap 40 year old cars that have had little maintenance. I needed a longer eye bolt which you can get from Demon Tweeks or similar. This is how Will Corey has done it on his dad's K. I'd rather sponk the ARB off something than the sump