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

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    So far so good. Have to say it does look pretty cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maskale View Post


    Cool. Looks like you’re doing the Genright cage?


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    Quote Originally Posted by maskale View Post


    Damn, that looks good! Can’t wait to see it caged and back together. Seriously impressive


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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy_RCW View Post
    Cool. Looks like you’re doing the Genright cage?


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    Yes, with all options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockinAZJK View Post
    Damn, that looks good! Can’t wait to see it caged and back together. Seriously impressive


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    Thanks.....

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    Frickin' sweet Dawg! Kinda reminds me of the Kaiser M715.
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    Looks okay, but since you are going to put a cage in it, I don’t see the point.


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    Quote Originally Posted by maskale View Post
    Yes, with all options.
    Not having those b-pillars in the way of installing the fully built cage will be a big help.


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    This is interesting. You got balls. Very curious how this is going to turn out.


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    That looks awesome! Can’t wait to see the final product

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