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Fitting body panels to steel roll cage

Discussion in 'Newbie Q & A' started by SamUK, Nov 28, 2018.

  1. SamUK

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    #1 SamUK, Nov 28, 2018
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  2. SamUK

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    Could really use some advice guys. Please help
     
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    Thanks man those look good. Also been reading up that you can just use thin sheet metal. Cut to a rectangle, bend around the frame and drill 2 holes through for a nut and bolt.

    Been busy all afternoon installing the 2 speed shifter. Can't wait to get it all back together!
     
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    That's what I did to make the hood hinges on my Wraith. I just cut'em out of a soda can and added some small screws and nuts.
     
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    You might also try "p clamps" if you can find them small enough the'll work great and only require 1 hole in the body per mounting location.
     
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    I have used either cable clamps or small zip ties. I think cable clamps look the best, but if your removing panels a lot zip ties are easier.
     

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