It’s not a roll cage. But is very sturdy. I’d feel confident strapping timber to it. It takes my weight without and sign of flex.
Where did I source the frame? It’s from Purely Metal. http://www.purelymetal.co.uk/automotive/
Nice one. Post some pictures when you have them fitted :)
I really don’t like the extended arches I currently have. Maybe I’ll try a set of these
I took my old 110 to csk. They sprayed over my muddy chassis. I had to take it back to get them to address it. Google will help you find other...
They are same height as standard frame. It’s a standard canvas I have
They aren’t ex military hoops but are certainly a lot stronger than my original mod hoops.
They are fabricated by a small business called purely...
Not a cage as such but I recently fitted this substantial hoop set.
I’m sure silicon can come apart right?
https://m.facebook.com/Purely-Metal-100852963388487/ This is the guy. Photos in the album.
They are from a small custom fabricator in Suffolk. Very sturdy and well made. A good price too.
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It’s easy. You can remove sides and roof together or it’s a lot easier to remove separately with 2 people. Seat belts won’t work without the roof...
I think for that money you could pick up a tidy 110 that’s direct release. Then register is and pay someone to fit a Tdi. That’s what I did.
And these are 305 on the 110 that I still have. Running the deeper offset wheel.
These are 285 75 on my td5 110. 8” wheel but if I remember right they were a -35 offset
I’ve run 235 85, 265 75, 285 75, 305 70 and now 315 75 16 on my defenders over the years. 285 75 looked great on 8” rims. They filled the standard...
I used to have 305 70 16 on a 16x10 et-35 rim before I sized up. I think an 8” rim is too narrow.
On 16x10 et -35 I needed wheel arch...
Doesn’t look too bad.
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