just curios why would you want to remove it in sections?
[COLOR="Red"][/COLOR][SIZE="5"][/SIZE]88 YJ- 4.7l stroker, AW4, SOA, 8.8, hp D30 powertrax no slip,3" front stretch with waggy springs, stock replacement springs in the rear, 35/12.5 r15 goodyear kevlars
Little follow up info on the rack project that i sleeved the cage for
This was a hitch basket we hacked up
Wanted something we could take some things with us when we go on the dunes
since it bolts to the cage its plenty strong ,i was up on it and i weigh 235,its solid
Top goes on with the rack on just not the back window
good for haulin tires
or entertainment centers haha
That looks awesome. I like the modular idea. I may have to steal the idea for the rack as I never use a rear window. Only recommendation would be to round the corners on that angle before it unexpectedly gets someone. I'm torn between the BTF cage and the one Poly sells (which is twice the price!). Just don't like the fact that the BTF doesn't go through the dash, although it does look pretty stout.
'99 SE: The "It could be worse..." jeep
started mine last night and having issues with the a-pillar and windshield support lining up. huge gaps at the welding areas. also, with the extra dash side plates, do you weld those on and then the lower windshield bar to that or just the windshield bar to the dash panels? and how the **** do you mount the windshield support to the rollbar? i see how the diamond shaped plate ties into the windshield, but the rollbar i can't figure out how that plate works. or do you just weld it to the rollbar? i emailed BTF and they weren't much help. i'm just worried now that we should have welded that extra dash side panel plate on first and then put the windshield bar on. but like i said, btf wasn't a big help when i emailed and just kinda said, "it's diy, good luck"
Build In Progress...[url]http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/03-wj-limited-build-she-needs-name-1113549/[/url]
It's a Jeep, it's not supposed to work right all the time.