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The answer to # 1 question above is;

Our bar does not interfere with ground contact or any other item, structure or entitiy of the vehicle. The rear upright bars attach through the floor with plates by "sandwiching" the floor pan. This is the acceptable method for bolt in bars. Actually the upright bars mount to the floor that is above the exhaust system approximately where the bend is made from the sidesill in front of the rear tire. The installation is not visible from inside or under the vehicle.....hence very clean and secure.

Factory seatbelt use is not affected.

They look great painted, powdercoated, chromed..hell even bare!

Any other questions?

Thanks for all the positive comments......satisfied customers are my best salespeople.

Tom
 

· Latest JEDI Weapon!
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No,

There is plenty of clearance.

Believe me, if there were issues, folks would have bashed the product by now for sure as we have been selling them for over 3 years.

We spent many hours and lots of roll bar tubing perfecting the fit of this device. Every one is JIG welded to insure a perfect fit.

Best of luck in your search.

Tom
 
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