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Extra 1-3/4 Inch Tubing for Roll Cage
Extra 1-3/4 Inch Tubing for Roll Cage

Extra 1-3/4 Inch Tubing for Roll Cage

Universal Fit, Steel, Natural, 1.75" Tube O.D.

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Extra 1-3/4 Inch Tubing for Roll Cage
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Extra 1-3/4 Inch Tubing for Roll Cage
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  • Street stock roll cage kits are made from pre-bent 1-3/4" diameter
  • 104 wall HREW 1020 mild steel tubing
  • Tubing is pre-notched where needed for easy assembly
  • Some notching is still required
  • Natural Finish

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Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
Tube O.D.:
1.75"

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All Speedway street stock roll cage kits are made from pre-bent 1-3/4" diameter .104 wall HREW 1020 mild steel tubing. Tubing is pre-notched where needed for easy assembly. Some notching is still required.

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 offers this .109" wall tubing, so that manufacturer inconsistencies will not leave you with an illegal cage!

  • 1-3/4" diameter
  • .109 wall
  • HREW 1020 mild steel tubing

 

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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