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17 hours ago, Todd K said:

Have you talked to John's Cages?  Used to have them do all our dragster and door car work for us.  In Ft. Lauderdale.

Thanks I'll try them. Google reviews not the gratest but that may not mean much. 

15 hours ago, Team Infiniti said:

My teammate is a pro welder, I can ask if he wants to moonlight

 

WPB/PSL Area

 Does he have access to tube bender etc? 

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On 2/27/2019 at 8:22 AM, Tango Zulu said:

Need a recommendation for roll cage builders in the South Florida tri-county area. I am located in Hollywood so preferably in Broward County. 

 

I know Stuart may be a bit of a haul, but I've used Gear Head Fabrication for a few jobs. He does complete builds, or will install a kit if you bought it elsewhere. His workmanship is excellent, clean welds, bars fit tight to the body, and he takes the time to have you bring your seat and make sure you fit properly under the hoops.

 

Gear Head Fabrication 772-283-6115.

 

Dana

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If you still need help with a cage, I have a bender and have installed several dozen of them (most BMW's, but can 'bend' a little hehe).

 

Located just off i95 and Cypress Creek Road in Pompano Beach. Email me John at m20guru.com

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This thread helped us get another Champ-er. Doing another RCC kit in an e30. :)

 

Honestly, though, it's a little more efficient to just bend them from scratch - with the kits you are kind of stuck with some dimensions.

 

@Todd K Small world. Missed your post the first time around - I know John well, he has done a bunch of engine machine work for me over the years.

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On 2/4/2020 at 4:43 PM, WOT-Tech said:

This thread helped us get another Champ-er. Doing another RCC kit in an e30. :)

 

Honestly, though, it's a little more efficient to just bend them from scratch - with the kits you are kind of stuck with some dimensions.

 

@Todd K Small world. Missed your post the first time around - I know John well, he has done a bunch of engine machine work for me over the years.

 

I work in Pompano Beach so that works perfectly. I'll send you an email 

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