Post by chevykillerx13 on Oct 31, 2020 12:27:45 GMT -5
After building a couple Vic's the last few years and completely changing the way we build the cages, I got to wondering. Is there a better way to do a Mopar cage? When we do our cages now, we pull the doors, cut the pillar and doors, then weld the door to the body. Would this be beneficial on a Mopar, or would it be detrimental due to the lack of an actual frame?
Both links are my build threads with cages in doors I do my mini car same way it's no so much for strength it's more for cars to be roomy. I don't want to rack ribs on cage. Nor do I want to run padding on cage so I don't hit it so I like it in the doors. I do believe that all cars not just unibody or full frame need the cage tied into bodys. Never had a cage shift but have bent more cage side bars more with it in my doors since it's right against the outer skins.
Last Edit: Oct 31, 2020 22:10:54 GMT -5 by demoboy333