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Old September 7th, 2013, 10:12 PM
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A Pillar Bulkhead Support Brackets

I have been sourced to make a few cages and hoop sets for some fellow 90 and 110 owners. I made ten extra sets and I am selling them for $100 as is or $125 powder coated, shipping is included! Any questions please ask, they are direct copies of the stock mounts.
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Old September 8th, 2013, 02:48 PM
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are nuts going to be welded in?
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Old September 8th, 2013, 03:13 PM
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are nuts going to be welded in?
I can, I welded up the first set and I couldn't get the holes to line up properly without drilling the holes out!(not something I like to do) So I used another set without the nuts welded and it worked perfectly. I have installed two sets now without the nuts welded on, I feel it's easier. Your choice really, I am happy to weld them up for you.
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Old September 8th, 2013, 03:15 PM
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I can, I welded up the first set and I couldn't get the holes to line up properly without drilling the holes out!(not something I like to do) So I used another set without the nuts welded and it worked perfectly. I have installed two sets now without the nuts welded on, I feel it's easier. Your choice really, I am happy to weld them up for you.
How about the thick plate on top?
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Old September 8th, 2013, 03:30 PM
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How about the thick plate on top?
I have 3-16" plate that I have welded to the opposite plate for the A hoop, I can add them to the base if needed. I have a bunch cut but have only been using them if necessary. I have been seeing alot of deviations in the stock NAS bulk head mounts that I used to make these. Some have them, some don't? Ive been adding them to the hoop side so not to pinch the aluminum sheet metal fenders. All the ones I have replaced have been super rotten, some with nuts, some without, some with plates some without?? Not sure what the right way is? Hell one had a plate on one side and no plate on the other? I made these to go with the front A Hoops that I have been making, the problem that I have had is using them with the SD cages bc of the deviations in hole locations and plate spacing. I tried to keep these as simple as possible so if shims are needed I can supply them as well, sorry for the long winded response.
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Brewie, good on you for building these. Imho the price you are charging is pretty darn reasonable! It seems like most of the other details could be diy for the buyer...

Keeping it simple is a great idea, especially if that keeps costs low.
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Old September 9th, 2013, 08:04 AM
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Brewie, good on you for building these. Imho the price you are charging is pretty darn reasonable! It seems like most of the other details could be diy for the buyer...

Keeping it simple is a great idea, especially if that keeps costs low.
Couldn't have said it better!! Thanks
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All Pm's responded to, everyone I received payment from will ship Wed. If you are on the list and have not paid, if you can get payment in today they will ship wed as well. I had a few request of images of the ahoop I made. Here is the 110ST I just completed with surf board rails. I have all the brackets and mounts available as well if anyone wants to make their own front hoops. Just let me know what you need.
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Brian,
That is a great price for those. I had a few sets made up and couldn't touch what you are selling them for. The 93 110s and some 94s had a tab at the bottom to tie into the outrigger. You may want to let people know if that will or will not be included before they buy a set so you don't get an angry customer saying that there is a difference between his stock ones and yours.


Now if only you started building ROW step bumpers... I happen to know a guy who has a jig and some inquiries already.
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Clay, thanks man for the advice! THESE DO NOT HAVE THE OUTRIGGER TIE IN. These were copied from a set of 97 LE's.
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I have five sets left, I went ahead and added the 1/4" spacer plates as well. If anyone wants the outrigger supports I can add those as well. Due to the extra material and cost they will be $115 for raw and $135 powder coated. I also carry hard ware and brackets to those who want to build their own cages.
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Bump four left and one waiting on payment
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Thanks Brian
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Ill get them out this week
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I have two sets left ready to ship, I added the spacer plates that everyone was asking for. I am in the process of making another ten sets, they should be ready end of next week.
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I had a few request of images of the ahoop I made. Here is the 110ST I just completed with surf board rails.
What was your price for that work? It looks nice despite the fact that I do not like four door soft tops.
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What was your price for that work? It looks nice despite the fact that I do not like four door soft tops.
$3500 installed for everything
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Not bad. The work looks good. I have been contemplating adding a hoop around the windscreen to my internal cage but not sure about the best way to do it. This is well down the road after I ghetto paint the truck in my garage but haven't seen any places do cages that I like.
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$3500 installed for everything
Any idea how much this would run for a 90?
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Any idea how much this would run for a 90?
All depends man, he wanted full tub to frame supports, gutter kits, surf board mounts. A 90 would use a considerable less amount of material, I would have to crunch numbers but probably between $2-2500 for a full set. Plus gutter kits and anything else that you want.
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