Roll Cages are Made To Order
Tubing Material Offered For Roll Cages
1.75 x 120 1010 ERW
1.50 x 120 1020 DOM
1.75 x 095 1020 DOM
1.75 x 120 1020 DOM
DOM Highly Recommended
Roll Cage Dimensions will be Verified
Before Cage is Built, No Exceptions
Measurement Sheet For Customer Specs
Assembly and Welding Required
Horizontal Door Bars Standard in Kit
and Door Bar Bent out into Door For Added Clearance
Nascar Door Bars Available Please Inquiry
Roll Cage notched where applicable
Some notching and Install modifications will apply for final fit
due to seat clearance and driver dimensions
Pictures available on Roll Cage mount plates and install
Instructions and Diagrams emailed
Call or Enter questions or details at Checkout Comment Box
Roll Cages are Shipped By Truck Freight
Please Choose Between Commercial or Residential
Address will be Checked and Verified
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These guys know how to provide a kit. Aside from honest tech info, they go out and physically measure cars out to make sure you get what you need. We run a 1998 Contour Lemons car and a 2011 Mustang GT AER car. Both fit great. Granted, we are good fabricators, but our team loves working with Roll Cage Components. And no, they did not pay us or give us a discount, I pay for high quality and professional service, always. Next car will have their cage.
I was very happy with quality and time, everything fits well would buy another in a minute. Jim was very helpful during the whole process.
Everything we needed for our S13 LeMons build, all in one package. Most of the tubes were pre-notched and everything fit in place perfectly. Jim was great to work with!
This kit comes with EVERYTHING you need to install in a car...gussets, spreader plates, everything. Only minor trimming and notching required.
In order to save time, we opted for a prebent cage for our 91 Civic Hatch LeMon. While not a particularly exciting car, or terribly custom job, the main structure of the cage fit perfectly with just the slightest amount of trimming on all the major components (entirely expected for weld in mail-order cages). We were able to make the biggest cage inside the car, and when LeMons tech first saw the car, they were impressed with the quality. To be sure, you will have to trim and notch tubes to build exactly the cage you want. almost all of our tubes were a little long, which is always better than being a little short. A decent tubing notcher is a wise investment if you are not paying a local fabrication guy to install your cage.
After caling in my order for my 88 Thunderbird Turbo Coupe, Jim went out to a junkyard to measure out the car, to make sure the dimensions were correct. It came in, needed minimal modification, and is extremely well done. It was delivered in the time promised, and it was complete with more than what is needed for a lemons legal cage. Thank you!