I wheel in the desert, the type of wheelin I do is 40% rocks, 60% high speed on the sand. When I'm in the rocks, I hammer on it pretty good, but certainly not doing a burnout all the way through.
I was thinking it'd be kinda point less to tie that roll cage into the frame since it isn't DOM tubing. Doing all that work when eventually, someday that cage will be swapped out when I go 37s seems pointless. Which he also wanted me to go 14 bolt rear 60 front. That ain't gonna happen for a while.
I've noticed that some people create mounts that tie into the frame, and have steel mounting plates that hug the floorboard, the the roll cage bolts on top of that. So basically it is tied into the frame. Hard to explain.
As far as the PSC and Genright cages? I like the Genright fastback, I won't have any passengers in the rear after deciding it's too much of a hassle worrying about another person back there. I prefer the profile of the stock roll bar personally, fastback style cages are something I'd have to get used to.
1991 YJ: Daily Driver
1992 YJ: Pile of crap sitting in the garage.