For a complete 12-Point Roll Cage setup, this Roll Cage Hoop must be used with Competition Engineering 247-3300 Universal Mild Steel Strut Kit for 12-Point Roll Cages.
Specific Fit Ford 12-Point Roll Cages
Competition Engineering 12-Point Roll Cages for Ford provide the ultimate safety upgrade over 10-point roll cages and 8-point roll bars. Each of these roll cages meet and exceed 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 cage kit.
what size amp welder do I need to weld this cage I will be using mig
I'm going to purchase this 12 point roll cage this week but I would like to know the measurements of how wide it is the top piece and the bottom piece the two main Loops I cannot find it nowhere on this ad
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