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Old March 7th, 2010, 06:00 PM
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NAS 110 Front Cage Cross Bars

These are front cross bars /cargo bars / support bars to match the stock NAS 110 SD cage rear cargo bars. I thought about putting the slight bend in them like the rear ones, but that would have been dumb and made them much harder to install. These allow you to add more cargo space up top on your 110.

You will need to drill six 7/16" holes to install these.

Comes with grade 8 bolts, rubber washers, and metal washers. Finished in satin black.

I've thought about this design for a long time and this seemed to be the most cost-effective and easy way to install them. The other option was some clamps, but that would add about $100 to the cost.

These are 1" tube steel and plenty strong.

$120

I will have some 110 SD cage basket rails that clamp on to your existing cage turning it in to a basket coming soon
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Old March 9th, 2010, 05:44 PM
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Old March 12th, 2010, 02:56 PM
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I'm just asking, so don't go nuts. You have to drill holes in the factory cage?...... it looks like you have a rubber washer? under the bolt head( no?).... Why would you want to add multiple penetration points to something that already doesn't need help turning to dust?
Like I said, I'm just asking, and curious.
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Old March 12th, 2010, 02:58 PM
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Thanks for the input. As stated above, yes, you have to drill holes in the cage. Properly maintained the cage is just fine.
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I think it would be fine and give you a spot to spray waxoyl in it.
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Don't think I would have the balls to drill into a new cage
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Don't think I would have the balls to drill into a new cage
I did.

Holes are easy to weld closed.
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