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Talking Cage install day 1

Finally found someone to weld my 10pt chromoly cage up. I am located a ways away from anything and don't have a trailer. Its been rough doing everything myself so when a friend borrowed a trailer we jumped at the chance to get the cage welded up. A lot of the local guys said go to M&M motorsports and we were off. Here is day 1























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that looks like a good first day. what kind of power are you running that you need a 10 point? im not bashing, it's just that i want to run a 10 point also, but with no power adders. i like the safety of a 10 over an 8 point. also the way it looks.


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Should have it back tues or wed , i am very excited


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well i got it back and could not wait to start so i primed it and painted it and installed most of my big stuff 3 setup, and started making the carpet








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I would install a rear bulk head before you go any further.. (for future fuel cell install, if you're going that route)

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A rear bulk head? What's that? I am not planning on going too much farther gonna just the stock gas tank for a while,


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What kind of cage is that? Or is it custom made? It looks damn good. What's your set-up your running?

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Its a mix of both, custom and s&w racecars. Mike showed me a lot of places that needed major changes and then handled it for me. The rear pannels not being able come out anymore was the only thing that he could not fix. Setup is a 360ci motor with a 78mm turbo big stuff 3 and a c4



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A rear bulk head? What's that? I am not planning on going too much farther gonna just the stock gas tank for a while,
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