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Old 05-29-07, 09:13 AM
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Kirk Roll Bar??

Where exactly does the one the attaches in the bins attach. I can't really tell from any of the pictures. Is it on the raised flat part, or is it back some. If it is back, I'm assuming my relocated battery isn't going to fit correct??

And for the one that attaches behind the seat, how far forward in the passenger seat?? I don't mind not being able to lean the drivers seat back, but my main passenger(wife) is going to complain if it is pushed forward very much, she already complains that the car is comfortable anyway.
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Old 05-29-07, 02:44 PM
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Old 05-29-07, 04:50 PM
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Yeah I've seen that, but it still doesn't show exactly where it bolts up at.
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This probably doesnt mean much, since its going in a FD. My 4 point bolt in kirk, bolted in fine to the lower section, but the points that attach to the rear wheel wells were not "bolt in". Since the wheel wells are rounded, and the mounting pads for the cage are flat, I had to mounts welded in the rear, to bolt on to. Everything else was ok.
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