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Old October 22nd, 2010, 03:26 PM
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is the tub on a 110 the same as on a 90? ( I think it is from memory, but I need clarification, as if this is correct, that will mean my exo cage, will fit a 90... yeehaw
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Old October 22nd, 2010, 03:33 PM
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Old October 22nd, 2010, 03:43 PM
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Barry I dont like you *LOL*

What is it different? longer?
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Old October 22nd, 2010, 03:48 PM
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I think others can speak to it but just some of the general dimensions are different.
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Old October 22nd, 2010, 04:22 PM
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not just different-totally different
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so Doug, are they different length? and rough estimate by how much

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Same width but different lengths. I guess it depends if you can remove a center section or something.

------ Follow up post added October 22nd, 2010 04:40 PM ------

I don't have a 110 handy to measure but you do. My D90 is 56" from the door opening to the rear, just below the capping (but not including the capping). It's 61" wide at the top rear (again just below the capping).

Got a link to your cage?
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Same width but different lengths. I guess it depends if you can remove a center section or something.

------ Follow up post added October 22nd, 2010 04:40 PM ------

I don't have a 110 handy to measure but you do. My D90 is 56" from the door opening to the rear, just below the capping (but not including the capping). It's 61" wide at the top rear (again just below the capping).

Got a link to your cage?
Charles, I don't have a 110, have 2 to choose from *LOL*

here is the link is the cage on the white 110 http://www.ppcages.com/index.php?Rollcage=rollcage#expo

It is all modular, ie, from the a loop over the windshield goes over the roof like a 90, then a connecting point another section goes over the middle foors, then the section for the tub....
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I also know the filler is in a different location on the 110. Further forward by a couple inches - not that that matters to what you're doing.
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Not just totally different, but completely utterly different. The rear overhang on the 110 is much larger and on a station wagon, the front of the tub is the seatbox for the rear seats. The length of the tub between the rear doors and rear corner is actually shorter on a 110 - i.e. body cappings are longer on a 90. The wheel box shapes are different as well.

If you put a 110 tub on a 90, the tub will overhang the rear crossmember by several inches and it wont reach the doors in the front. Put a 90 tub on a 110, the crossmember will stick out past the tub and the front edge will be somewhere where the middle doors are supposed to go.

Seems like those building 100 inch defenders always start with 2-door 110 tubs and cut them down.
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Old October 23rd, 2010, 08:21 AM
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He's talking about adapting his cage to fit a 90 if I understand him correctly. Damn ferners.

It's possible it would just take shortening or removing #6 and 7 and maybe eliminating #3 or something like that from his diagram.

But I'd think P&P would be able to tell you easily.
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Old October 23rd, 2010, 09:17 AM
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I think the adaptability of the cage will have more to do with how its supposed to attach to the frame. Might work right at the very back, but would probably require something custom at the front of a 90 tub. I don't know what a P&P cage looks like.
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Charles, ( you are right , these gringos don't get it *LMAO* )

That what I was thinking if the actual part of the tub would it fit.
I was thinking getting rid of 3, maybe 6 or 8 ( they are pretty close in length ) and short 7.

and I think my only issue would be the post mount 10.

Maybe next time I am next to a 90 , I will look more in detail

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I think the adaptability of the cage will have more to do with how its supposed to attach to the frame. Might work right at the very back, but would probably require something custom at the front of a 90 tub. I don't know what a P&P cage looks like.

Jim,

you are in the right track.

Post number 9 has a diagram of the cage, and before I posted a pic of the cage
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