The Poison Spyder Trail Cage is designed for those Jeep TJ and LJ owners who already have the factory roll bar, and would like to add on to it to form a full roll cage rather than installing a complete new cage. The Trail Cage kit is an eight piece set. It comes with two Lower A-Pillars (dash to floor supports) and two tubular Upper A-pillars that are to be welded to the factory windshield bars. Also included are a dash bar, upper windshield bar, and two center spreaders that can be located in several positions. The Poison Spyder Trail Cage kit comes disassembled and requires welding to install. The Lower A-Pillar is designed to provide a strong foundation for the forward section of the cage while not intruding into the dash or compromising legroom. The Trail Cage is secured at the windshield, at the front gusseted A-Pillar, at factory mounts on the door jamb and to the floor through the forward drain hole. This provides solid strength from the top of the windshield to the floor. The Lower A-Pillars and gussets are CNC laser cut and precision brake-formed for quality and fit. Tubular kit components are constructed from 1.75" .120 wall DOM structural tubing. All tubular components are CNC-bent and laser-notched for a precise fit, and laser-marked with reference numbers for easy identification and installation. You may want to consider also purchasing the Heavy Duty Header Bar Kit to replace the weak and thin wall tubing factory header bars. The Poison Spyder Heavy Duty Header Bar Kit part number is #PSC14-18-030.
I have a TJ 2006 Rubicon and am looking for a front roll bar. Welding is concerning to me. Is the welding manditory, is welding done after assembly? thanks Hank
Asked by HENRY from United States on
Hell, With this kit yes the welding is required. If you go with the smittybilt roll cage it is a direct bolt on kit. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask, Thank you.
Answered by JordanC extension4833 from United States on
Poison Spyder Customs has a heritage in hardcore off-road accessories that started when founder Larry McRae was little. McrRae's daddy use to load him up in the Ford Bronco to explore the off-road trails of the southwest. McRae became a professional rock crawler who raced for Nelson & Nelson Racing in the early 2000s. McRae purchased PSC from the Slay family and kept the vision of developing and fabricating high end quality off-road accessories right in the Pomona, California headquarters . McCrae and his wife are members of the Inland Empire 4 Wheel Drive club. McCrae himself is a Past President and Mrs. McCrae is a past Treasurer. Every product produced by PSC starts as a prototype tested on real trails by members of the club. Shop Poison Spyder Customs Now
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