Universal Strut Kits for 8-Point Roll Bars
For a complete 8-Point Roll Bar setup, this Universal Strut Kit must be used with a Competition Engineering vehicle specific roll bar hoop for 8-Point Roll Bars.
Strut Kit for 8-Point Roll Bars Includes:
- Main Hoop Crossbrace
- (2) Rear Strut Bars
- (2) Front Door Bars
- (2) Diagonal Hoop Supports
- (6) Weld Joint Gussets
- (6) 6 in. x 6 in. x 1/8 in. Thick Steel Mounting Plates
Specific Fit Import 8-Point Roll Bars
Competition Engineering 8-Point Roll Bars for Import Car provides the perfect entry-level roll bar safety upgrade that meets and exceeds NHRA/IHRA requirements. These roll bars are skillfully engineered and perfected to deliver maximum strength and the most secure fitment, without adding unnecessary weight. Every piece of tubing is precision machine mandrel formed for uniform wall thickness. Each weld-in hoop has been designed specifically for your vehicle to require only minor modifications for installation. Combine the hoop for your vehicle with the universal strut kit in your material of choice to create a complete roll bar kit.
Does this fit a 2006 C6 Corvette?
Are the tubes pre notched?
can you give me hop dimensions? bottom width, top width, max height? trying to fit into 1988 ranger standard cab hot rod thanks !
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