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heres some photos. i still need put it all back together and get to the holes on the rear mounts to drill... did u guys mark the holes take the bar out and drill or drill with the bar in ?





mouting pt behind seat, mounts onto existing bolt that holds seat belt retractor thingy



also another existing mounting spot for the bar with a spacer and relocation hole for the seat belt, very cool imho



the main pain in the pass stuff. cutting this with tin snips is not the way to go...next time i do it ill just a sawzall ? (did i spell it right ?)

Scott
 

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Looks good. As for sutting, you can always use an angle grinder with a cutting wheel on it. It would go right throuh that thin steel.
 

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yea, i was eyeing one at harbor freight the other day, but i realized i just finished cutting everything the day before... = (

not a good enough reason to buy one -_-
 

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oh i had a quick question too, i can't seem to find the torque numbers on the bethania website ? is there a recommended torque setting for the rollbar ?

Scott
 
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