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Poison Spyder "C" pillar

Aynor have any experience with this? Opinions?
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What exactly do you want to know about it? It helps fix a weak part of the stock JK 4 dr "cage". The description of their has a number of nice pictures.

Do you already have a cage up front? If not, I would focus on the the front first, the A pillar is extraordinarily weak.

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Probably not much info. Most go with an aftermarket cage if you feel the stock isn't sufficient.

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We installed it in combination with the Synergy Kit and a lot of custom tubing.

The only advantage was that it gets the footers to the C Pillar down tube out of the rear tub. Where it meets the wheel well, we also ran a frame tie in underneath.

Would recommend just going with the Synergy kit and be done with it.
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I have a small child that rides in the Jeep a lot. I am just looking for additional safety comforts in the back part of the jeep. I considered the Synergy B and C pillar kits and then later adding the PSC front cage. But this PSC "C pillar" kit caught my eye, but not much install info to be had out there.
Descent how did you guys tie into the frame. Any pics? My concerns with the PSC C pillar is the wheel well mounting, is it stout? Any and all info and helpful opinions are appreciated. Thanks guys.
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Anyone have anything more? Or has this product not made it very far over the Poly kit
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I have a small child that rides in the Jeep a lot. I am just looking for additional safety comforts in the back part of the jeep. I considered the Synergy B and C pillar kits and then later adding the PSC front cage. But this PSC "C pillar" kit caught my eye, but not much install info to be had out there.
Descent how did you guys tie into the frame. Any pics? My concerns with the PSC C pillar is the wheel well mounting, is it stout? Any and all info and helpful opinions are appreciated. Thanks guys.
I think you would be better off with the Synergy b and c pillar parts. They offer harness bars that provide some more strength. The PSC C pillar will offer some strength top to bottom but doesn't offer any of the horizontal tubes.

here is a shot of the b pillar harness bar. I don't have a pic handy for the C pillar harness bar.


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