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Thread: NEW EVO Sport Cage for Rubicat - TONS OF PHOTOS

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    Is there that much of a difference in the viewable area in the 2011+ and the 07-10? I used to have an 07 but I geuss I never paid attention to those kind of things as I was in tampa and offroad was seldom an opportunity compared to how often I can go now...

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    I purchased the EVO cage but am having some fitment issues... Wondering if anyone else has had this or maybe I have a blem that somehow got through QA.

    I find after snugging down the top bolt on the A pillar it does not align with the bolt below and also the 3 hole drilled seem to be about 1/4" low. It seems that everything should literally be about 1/4" lower than it is.
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    Here is also the 3 bolt and the alignment is accordingly about 1/4" off... Also, I did put the plate in that snugs between the A pillar and the top of windshield.
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    I will be calling EVO in the morning which I am sure will be able to get this straightened out... Good thing they are really only about 20-30 minutes drive from me.
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    Hmmm, can't say that we had any problem getting things bolted up. Hopefully EVO will be able to assist you.

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    Bad ass cage. What would you say to someone who can’t decide between this one and RockHards sport cage?


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    I have the RH cage. I put it in before EVO came out with theirs. My wife is also small or short. I used spacers in the seat to raise it up about 2 inches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warebear View Post
    Bad ass cage. What would you say to someone who can’t decide between this one and RockHards sport cage?


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    That’s tough, both are great sport cages. Again, the EVO worked great in our 2012 JK due to the lower dash bar. Helped Cindy out a lot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Warebear View Post
    Bad ass cage. What would you say to someone who can’t decide between this one and RockHards sport cage?


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    If it helps at all, EVO will be coming out with a padding kit for their cage soon.


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