8-Point Roll Bars
Specific Fit GM Roll Cage Kits
Competition Engineering offers a variety of Roll Bars & Roll Cages to meet the different requirements of most racers. Countless hours were spent developing and perfecting these kits to offer the utmost in strength and fit without adding unnecessary weight. All tubing used exceeds the requirements of racing sanctioning bodies and is mandrel formed on computer controlled equipment for uniform wall thickness. Every Competition Engineering roll cage and roll bar kit has been designed to fit the specific application with only minor modifications necessary for installation. Welding is required.
TWO SEPARATE PART NUMBERS Are Required to Receive a Complete Roll Bar or Cage Kit (Main Hoop & Strut Kit).
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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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Ships on 01/28/19
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