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NC-Fordguy
Mon Dec 22 2008, 08:23PM
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Now that the cage is finally in the Bronco, I'm looking for something to tie the winshield to the cage

What do you all think about this product or do you all have another idea??

http://www.wildhorses4x4.com/product/Windshield_Braces/Roll_Bars

[ Edited Mon Dec 22 2008, 08:23PM ]

No Hablos Jeep

If it doesn't make sense, do it
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gogogadgetbiker
Wed Dec 31 2008, 01:41PM

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For the price it would be hard to justify making them. I say go for it.

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rockcity
Wed Dec 31 2008, 01:56PM

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yeah for the price they aren't too bad.

[ Edited Wed Dec 31 2008, 01:57PM ]

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mud4me
Wed Dec 31 2008, 02:41PM

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I've never really looked at how you windshield is designed. My tie in is tube to a flat plate bolted into the frame. Simple and sturdy.

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