1978-1987 GM Metric Midsize Car Roll Cage Kit
Hobby Stock, Stock Car
- This street stock roll cage comes pre-bent and is ready for assembly and welding
- Constructed of 1-3/4" OD .104" wall thickness HREW 1020 mild steel tubing
- Some fitting, notching, and trimming to fit is required
- Gussets and instructions are included
- Ships free within the 48 contiguous states to a business address or a $60 fee for delivery to a residential address
All street stock roll cage kits are pre-bent 1-3/4" diameter .104 wall HREW 1020 mild steel tubing. We have found that the tubing manufacturers are quite inconsistant on actual wall thickness. Some .095" wall tubing was coming in at .088". Thats why Speedway uses .104" wall tubing, so that manufacturer inconsistencies will not leave you with an illegal cage! Tubing is pre-notched where needed for easy assembly. Some notching is still required. Item comes unassembled and must be welded together by the customer. Includes instruction sheet.
You must specify year, make and model of car in the comments section when placing order.
We Pay the Freight!
Complete frame kits are shipped freight paid with a common carrier within the 48 states (not in Alaska or Hawaii). They have to be shipped to a business address to receive free freight. It can be shipped to a residential address for a $60 fee. Please be sure to provide a business name and address in the shipping field if going to a business. Cage kits will ship within approximately 2-3 days.
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Specify year, make, model in Comments section of your Shopping Cart at Checkout.
Fits only 1978-1988 GM Metric Midsize body styles, such as:
- Monte Carlo
- Pontiac Grand AM
916-73010 Instructions (PDF)
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