GM 1982-92 Camaro/Firebird
Jegster Roll Cage Kits for the GM Chevy Sedan, Impala, Corvette, Chevelle, GTO, Cutlass, Skylark, Camaro, Firebird and more.
- 4 and 8 point bars manufactured from 1-3/4'' x .134-wall mild steel tubing
- 10 and 12 point roll cages manufactured from 1-5/8'' x .134-wall mild steel tubing
- Includes 6'' x 6'' x 1/8'' mounting plates
- The tube ends in some roll cage kits are notched while most tube ends are not notched for a better custom fit in your particular set-up. This ''extra material'' provides you some leeway for a great fit and easier installation.
- 8, 10, and 12 point roll cages exceed NHRA and IHRA standards
- Some of the tubing used for braces may be 1-1/4" x .134-wall mild steel tubing
- Complete, easy-to-follow installation instructions included
- Most roll cage kits require modification or removal of back seat.
- Welding required
- See kit installation instructions for individual bars sizes
does the cage come pre-bent?
I have already purchased this kit and have decided to back half my car. Is there an add on kit I can purchase to get the Four-link Rear Frame Rail like in the 550-940305K1 kit or for a ladder bar set up?
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