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Old April 15th, 2009, 01:44 AM
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All the nuts on my cage that hold it all together are white and coated so they are part of the cage. If I chemical strip the cage will the nuts falls off? I assume they are not welded to the cage. On my 90 they all are nyloc nuts. I want to do the same on the 110 once the cage is redone.
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Old April 15th, 2009, 06:33 AM
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Mine were tack welded on, they didnt come off when the cage was blasted.
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Old April 15th, 2009, 10:44 AM
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Roll Cage Nuts

They are tacked on, but not by much. I've broken a few loose taking the bolts out.
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Yeah I broke a few. Wondering if I should break them all off so it is clean and consistent
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I only broke one off, so I figured I'd just spray it black and put it back on - won't be visible at all.
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Another question - where the cage sits on the roof and bolts through, what are those rubber pads or seals? I need new ones
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Barry, they are "Seals" they are actually little foam pads that have self adhesive on one side. I have a couple brand new genuine ones still in the plastic if you want. Pm me.
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