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Old 07-22-03, 01:46 PM
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Question about roll cage.

I am hoiping to run mid 11's at the track, and want to know what is required to run those times. Do I need a six point, or 4 point, and can it be bolted in, or does it have to be welded in. The track I run at is a IHRA track. Any help would be nice. Thankd guys.
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locally we only have to have a 4 point for 11s I believe. Bolt-in should be fine, they never have checked any of the caged cars I've been around for that. Of course, this may just be the local rednecks 'bending' the rules.
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