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Thread: Making the B Pillar removable on a 4 door.

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    Curious now


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    Making the B Pillar removable on a 4 door.

    This is going to be something to follow for sure. Just want to see the end product now.


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    I am in for the long haul. I even like how his pictures are showing a big over view. It is like a tease!
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    Does the factory cage in a 2 door tie into the rocker too like this?
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    I chopped mine to line up with half doors but not sure why you want the whole thing gone.

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    I can’t decide how I feel about this. But you certainly have my attention. Some awesome fab skills there as well


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post

    I’m assuming your adding the lost frame strength with the full cage?

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    The frame didn't actually loose any strength. I think you mean the body though. The body is 18ga, the plated I welded in is 3/16", so almost 4 times thicker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjlong View Post

    right now I've got you 70/30 Nuts!

    well let me know when its all done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Does the factory cage in a 2 door tie into the rocker too like this?

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    I don't know, probably does since it has a roll bar. regular vehicles that don't have roll bars have a reinforcement plated welded in where the seatbelt mounts.

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    Genius is just another form of crazy. Your fab skills are top notch, but I’m still not sure what the point of removing the whole B pillar is. I’m gonna follow along to see the end result though.


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