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    Simple Roll Cage Solution?

    Anyone have a good suggestion for a 4 door? Wonder if there is something out there that requires minimal teardown of the interior and also does not intrude into the passenger area too much?

    Thanks!

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    Evo, Rock Hard, Poison Spyder. I personally like the look of Poison Spyder, and thatís what Iíll be going with. They all require you to tear your Jeep down a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpone View Post
    Anyone have a good suggestion for a 4 door? Wonder if there is something out there that requires minimal teardown of the interior and also does not intrude into the passenger area too much?

    Thanks!
    Rock Hard or EVO is what I would recommend. Poison Spyder looks great but of the ones I've seen installed, they can be pretty noisy. Of all the ones I've installed, EVO is the easiest and depending on what year JK you have, it offers the most visibility over the dash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Rock Hard or EVO is what I would recommend. Poison Spyder looks great but of the ones I've seen installed, they can be pretty noisy. Of all the ones I've installed, EVO is the easiest and depending on what year JK you have, it offers the most visibility over the dash.
    Good to know about the noise, maybe Iíll rethink my decision. EVO would be my second choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Rock Hard or EVO is what I would recommend. Poison Spyder looks great but of the ones I've seen installed, they can be pretty noisy. Of all the ones I've installed, EVO is the easiest and depending on what year JK you have, it offers the most visibility over the dash.
    Just finished watching your install video for the Evo cage. That looks like a great option. Exactly what I'm looking for! Need to find someone competent for a clean install in San Diego area in case you, or anyone else here, has any suggestions.

    Much appreciated.

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    Picture of the evo cage installed.


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    Another vote for Evo. I just installed one with the rear bar and plan to add the B pillar crossmember later on. There's really good visibility with it

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    Iím sure Evo, in Fullerton, is competent at putting in an Evo cage.


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    I got a rock hard roll cage for sale if you wanna spend 700 on front, rear, and c pillar. Not painted except the front a pillars are primers gray


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    Quote Originally Posted by VeruGE*144 View Post
    Good to know about the noise, maybe Iíll rethink my decision. EVO would be my second choice.
    Iíve installed two Poison Snyder cages, I donít have any squeaking noise, I can see how you can have wind noise with a hard top since it doesnít tie the windshield back in, but if you have some additional DIY in you can modify it to tie in the windshield.

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