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$2000 Roll Cage vs $4000 Roll Cage



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$2,000 Steel Roll Cage vs $4,000 Chromoly Roll Cage. Does more expensive mean more better? We bought two identical Nissan 350z’s. We’ve been modifying them to be FUN daily drivers that you can take to the track. One Z gets expensive parts and one gets cheap parts. Then we test them to see which components are actually worth spending your hard earned money on.

Today we are installing ROLL CAGES! James and Zach are getting a professionally installed $4,000 4-pt bolt in Custom Painted and Color matched Chromoly roll cage. While Nolan and Aaron are getting a $2,000 4-pt bolt in Steel Roll Cage that they will install themselves.

There are a lot of different options when it comes to cages — how do you know what cage you need? And does it matter if you have a bolt-in cage vs welded-in? And what does 4-point mean? What about 6-point? Is it safe to put a cage in your street car?

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