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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    This will give you enough clearance to get the side support bar installed without grinding into the dash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR JK View Post
    Great write up. It is very comforting reading your write ups before doing my own mods.
    I saw that you did not reinstall the plastic A-pillar covers. Was this a personal style choice? Are the A-pillar covers able to go back on?
    in order to put them back on, you would have to do some trimming of the upper piece. it's not that big of a deal to me to leave well enough alone and it's how i have it on moby. i may or may not put them back on rubicat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strizzychris
    wtf?!

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    Sweet! Nice write up.


    Everywhere I've looked for this, I've only seen the sport cage unpainted. Any places that sell it painted in black? Or do I have to take it to place to get it done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Mike
    Sweet! Nice write up.

    Everywhere I've looked for this, I've only seen the sport cage unpainted. Any places that sell it painted in black? Or do I have to take it to place to get it done?
    The Rockhard comes unfinished as does the Poison Spider. ORFab may come powdercoated.

    I had mine painted white and flat black.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    The Rockhard comes unfinished as does the Poison Spider. ORFab may come powdercoated.

    I had mine painted white and flat black.


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    A-Pillar Trim

    Will the A-Pillar trim still fit. I have rocker switches mounted on my A-Pillar. Can I still use this or will the switches on my A-Pillar trim need to be relocated for clearance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. View Post
    Will the A-Pillar trim still fit. I have rocker switches mounted on my A-Pillar. Can I still use this or will the switches on my A-Pillar trim need to be relocated for clearance?
    Did you read the thread? It was right above your post.

    Quote Originally Posted by SAR JK View Post
    Great write up. It is very comforting reading your write ups before doing my own mods.
    I saw that you did not reinstall the plastic A-pillar covers. Was this a personal style choice? Are the A-pillar covers able to go back on?
    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    in order to put them back on, you would have to do some trimming of the upper piece. it's not that big of a deal to me to leave well enough alone and it's how i have it on moby. i may or may not put them back on rubicat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.B. View Post
    Will the A-Pillar trim still fit. I have rocker switches mounted on my A-Pillar. Can I still use this or will the switches on my A-Pillar trim need to be relocated for clearance?
    It depends on where your switches are mounted...

    The bottom part of the A-pillar trim is left untouched. The top portion is what would need trimmed to fit. You can see it in the picture I posted above.

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    Any recommendations where I can get one painted in SoCal (Orange County)???

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