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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-06-2019, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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T2 Cage chop question?

Just picked up a 2015 t2 and was wondering if anyone had any details on chopping this cage down for a better look and to help me get in into my garage. I chopped my cage on my old 2013 T2 but it only had 2 pillars, so was looking for some advise/pictures and cutting measurements for the A,B,and C pillars on the 2015 T2. Any help would be great. If not, I'll just do like I've done before and wing it!! Thanks
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-07-2019, 04:17 PM
 
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I chopped mine, just the center and back pillars, nothing out of the front. I cut 4 out of the back and then fit the center pillars back to fit, I think it was about 1-5/8” out of the center pillars. I used 1-1/4” sch. 40 pipe as an internal sleeve at the 4 cut locations.Painted it with that wrinkle black rattle can spray paint.

Highest point of the factory roof now sits at 75-1/2” on 30” Tusk Terrabites and a 2” SuperATV lift kit.

I also have the SuperATV Atlas boxed rear a-arms, 1-1/2” offset but I don’t believe they added any height. I have 1-1/2” rise and offset arched a-arms on the front along with the SuperATV lift so you know what all goes into that 75-1/2” dimension

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Nice!! Thanks for the info. Gonna try to get mine done next weekend.
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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-13-2019, 07:40 PM
 
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Didn’t mean to take down the pictures, I cleared my attachments because it said I didn’t have anymore room, so how do you keep attachments when you run out of room?
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Good question! I'm not really sure either.
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I chopped mine, just the center and back pillars, nothing out of the front. I cut 4 out of the back and then fit the center pillars back to fit, I think it was about 1-5/8” out of the center pillars. I used 1-1/4” sch. 40 pipe as an internal sleeve at the 4 cut locations.Painted it with that wrinkle black rattle can spray paint.

Highest point of the factory roof now sits at 75-1/2” on 30” Tusk Terrabites and a 2” SuperATV lift kit.

I also have the SuperATV Atlas boxed rear a-arms, 1-1/2” offset but I don’t believe they added any height. I have 1-1/2” rise and offset arched a-arms on the front along with the SuperATV lift so you know what all goes into that 75-1/2” dimension
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Didn’t mean to take down the pictures, I cleared my attachments because it said I didn’t have anymore room, so how do you keep attachments when you run out of room?
Get a premium membership. That lifts the limit on pictures. You can also use a 3rd party hosting app. If you want to save a picture you uploaded, just view it, right click and save locally before you delete it from the site.

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