old cage was bent, ugly, and mounted only to the floor board.
My roll cage was
pretty well used and abused, not to mention it was outdated and basically
ugly. I wanted to build a new cage that not only had style, but fit
my needs for camping and trail riding. The old cage was also used has
my air tank for seven years, and had a handful of rollovers under its
belt as well. So not only was it a weak and damaged cage, but it was
also bolted to my body and the body was separating from the seams!
I spoke with Grady
at Grady’s Extreme Off Road about building the new cage. We went
over some ideas, and decided to mount the new cage to the frame (for
obvious reasons). I was also taking advantage of the situation to attempt
to lighten up my cruiser a bit out back, so he chopped off the rear
section of my frame and built a new tubular frame and incorporated it
into the roll cage. The new cage is as perfect as I had hoped for! The
work that was performed by Grady’s Extreme Off road is superior
craftsmanship! Everyone that looks at the cage always has something
really good to say about it.