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Old 06-20-06, 10:13 PM
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Bolt in Cages?

Bolt in cages in SCCA are no longer legal...... right???


So- if a guy has a racecar that has a bolt in cage....unbolt and have a cage welded in.... or do you have to cut the roof off....
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Umm, where was that announced? Recent fasttrack? Which class?

If the car was already issued a logbook then at least it should be grandfathered in. Otherwise all those Spec-7 guys where they require a bolt-in cage as part of the spec line would be SOL.

[edit] I just looked through the latest updated GCR. The rules changed for the Touring class and require weld-in cages on all cars after 1/1/2008. The IT class must meet the reqs for Showroom Stock which allow for bolt-in cages.

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