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Cage cost?

Ohio414

Member
Just picked up a 98 F150 extended cab, thinking about having a cage installed. Being new to southern Cali (Santa Clarita area) don't know where to take it or what the cost would be.
Any help to put me in the right direction would be appreciated!
 

Ol' Curmudgeon

RDC's resident crackpot
If you and your passengers are not wearing helmets, as well as secured by harnesses, a cage can cause just as many injuries as it may prevent.

Hard to calculate that cost.

A lot cheaper to drive in a manner likely to keep the rubber side down.
 

85yota

Well-Known Member
I do a basic cage with seat mounts stubbed out back. nothing out firewall 2" DOM and 1.75" DOM for $4500. I'm in simi valley. @ttmotorsports on IG
 

Steve0

Well-Known Member
If you and your passengers are not wearing helmets, as well as secured by harnesses, a cage can cause just as many injuries as it may prevent.

Hard to calculate that cost.

A lot cheaper to drive in a manner likely to keep the rubber side down.
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Ol' Curmudgeon

RDC's resident crackpot
^^^ What I didn't say is that I wonder if one's liability insurance company would not cover any injuries caused in a crash that were attributed to a cage, and put all the responsibility for any claims on the insured? :eek:
 

Ohio414

Member
I do a basic cage with seat mounts stubbed out back. nothing out firewall 2" DOM and 1.75" DOM for $4500. I'm in simi valley. @ttmotorsports on IG
Thanks for an actual reply. I assume you do other fab work also? Bumpers etc?
 

Ol' Curmudgeon

RDC's resident crackpot
Yeah, mine was only Factual. :(
 
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