Speedway Street Stock Pickup Truck Roll Cage Kit
The kit also includes one package of 25 gussets. Instructions are also included with the kit.
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.
Please specify in the "Comments" Section of your order the year, make and model of your truck. Full size trucks only.
Item DetailsSpecify year, make, model in the Comments section of your Shopping Cart ar Checkout.
We can produce cage kits for the following applications:
1970's to mid 1990's American production full size trucks only
- 1968-1972 Chevy/GMC
- 1973-1987 Chevy/GMC
- 1988-1999 Chevy
- 1968-1972 Ford F-100
- 1973-1980 Ford F-100
- 1981-1996 Ford F-150
- 1972-1980 Dodge Ram
- 1981-1992 Dodge
- 1993-1999 Dodge
We CAN NOT produce cage kits for the following applications:
- Any small American production (S-10, Ranger, Dakota)
- Any Japanese production truck
- Any year or size Bronco and Blazer
- Any SUV (Tahoe, Jimmy, Durango, ect.)
The kit also includes:
- 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 required
- One package of 25 gussets
916-73070 Instructions (PDF)
- This item 91673070 is made to order. It will be shipped from our warehouse when it is produced.
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