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    Thats good to know.

    If someone has the RH cage, but likes the B and C pillar EVO replacements, do you think it would all work together?

    I am sure the EVO replacements are more stout than the factory stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Okay, it's not perfect but Cindy was able to find a couple of pics that are pretty close and kinda show the difference between what we had before versus what we have now. Even looking at the photos now, it's nowhere near what it really looks like when you sit in our Jeep but it's something you can chew on.

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    Wow ok now I see what your talking about with the window feeling normal and wider again. You can also see how the dash bar is in fact lower. Good find Cindy!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    Wow ok now I see what your talking about with the window feeling normal and wider again. You can also see how the dash bar is in fact lower. Good find Cindy!!!
    It's kinda like going from a standard 4:3 television to 16:9 wide screen. In some ways, it's almost what I noticed more right off the bat but then, I'm a bit taller than Cindy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by upnover View Post
    Thats good to know.

    If someone has the RH cage, but likes the B and C pillar EVO replacements, do you think it would all work together?

    I am sure the EVO replacements are more stout than the factory stuff.
    I don't see any reason why you couldn't use the EVO C-pillar cross bar replacement or the B pillar support plates with a RH cage.

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    Perfect. Thanks for the pics Eddie. Good find by Cindy 👍

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    Wow that is a ton of pictures. Thank you, I am actually considering this cage.


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    Thanks for all the photos. It's great to finally see this cage from some different angles.


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    What mods did you have to make to the trektop door surrounds if any? I have the RH cage in mine and after seeing how much better the visibility is I'm really considering it.


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    This is one tough looking build! Love the color combo and the new sport cage looks great. How do you like the grab handles on it versus the RH placement?


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    Other than the grab handles it the Evo cages doesn't appear to give you significantly better visibility. The biggest question that has not been addressed is how the Evo cage will hold up in an accident. The Rock Hard has been proven time and again. It would be nice to see if Evo has done any computer modeling or actual crash testing.

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