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post #1 of 16 Old 06-17-2015, 04:31 PM Thread Starter
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Sneak Peek: New 2 Door JK Cage from GenRight!!

This is all I have. No prices. No details. No release date. Sorry. But I do know we should be test fitting this cage in a 2 door shortly and once that's approved, then we'll be ready to release it. It shouldn't be TOO long. Obviously, this will be similiar to our 4 door cage, so that should give you some info on it.

I believe the initial batch is already pre-sold, but if you want to get in line, give us a call and we can put you on the list for the second batch of cages!!



I'm not sure I'm supposed to share this info, so keep it under your hat.

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How is the back seat accessible with that B Pillar?
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I wonder if my wife would notice...
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How is the back seat accessible with that B Pillar?
I'm not sure I follow. The B-pillar is in the same location as factory.

Do you mean the harness bar?

I guess you have to make compromises. If you want a harness bar and to carry folks in the backseat, you better have limber friends. It's not like there a lot of flexibility in harness bar placement. I know on some of our other cages, some folks have put clamps on the ends of the bar so it can be removed when not needed. That's up to you.

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Probably a stupid question, but is it possible to use the factory hard top with these cages? I haven't really looked into getting one so not sure if it's possible.

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Not s stupid question at all. Our cages work with factory soft and hard tops.
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Not s stupid question at all. Our cages work with factory soft and hard tops.
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Will any real world testing been done before it's released to the public?
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Will any real world testing been done before it's released to the public?
Describe real world testing.

Are we going to roll a 2 door JK? No.

Was this cage designed using the latest CAD applications, input from Jeep and with the help of Ultra4 fabricators? Yes.

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Have you guys performed a structural analysis to show show there is good design margin if there is a roll over.
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This is awesome! I wont need the back seat soon anyway.

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How will this be shipped? Completely knocked down and require welding, or partial knock down with tube end fittings for a no weld solution? Also, some of us still need easy access to the back seat, so would a no seat harness model be available?
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Are there plans for rear frame tie ins?


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Looks like it may "work" with a soft top, but the top can't be folded up or down with those rear bars where they are.

Glad to see somebody coming out with real cages though. They need frame tie ins.
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