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    Roll cage dismountable joints

    Who sells these dismountable joints?

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    #2
    I think I've seen that on an AGI cage.

    I use Brown Davis for roll cage stuff. They are brilliant.

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      #3
      Yeah, they look like AGI mounts. Let us know if they sell them separately from a complete cage.

      As an aside, AGI originally offered to build me a cage at a normal price, which would have meant them making a new template, a pretty substantial effort. However, they had a bit of a re-focus of the business as the owner explained to me, and backed away from doing new kits, just doing kits for cars for which they already had templates. Probably a good business decision, if they were constantly doing new templates they would never make any money.

      Anyway, that's part of what got me to building my own cage.

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        #4
        I'd be looking at something more along the lines of these: https://www.roadrunneroffroad.com.au...g-style-chrome
        rather than a fixture that relies on the sheer strength of a bolt.
        Classic Auto Fabrications:
        https://www.facebook.com/pages/Class...88753937823811

        http://www.lescollinsracing.com/

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          #5
          I'm an idiot. The pic is from my AGI E30 cage and I ddn't think about contacting them. I am chasing CAMS certification on another E30 which may not have a compliant joiners in the the door bars.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Lurch View Post
            I'd be looking at something more along the lines of these: https://www.roadrunneroffroad.com.au...g-style-chrome
            rather than a fixture that relies on the sheer strength of a bolt.
            DO you know if they are CAMS approved? Billet Race Craft have them same and they say they quote a CAMS Homologation Number: SDJ-17-04. https://billetracecraft.com.au/produ...1-joiner-copy/

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              #7
              Looks like a door intrusion bar, if the bolt is going to fail in shear with that set-up and two plates either side, you're more than likely in a non-survivable side impact. I know AGI had to spend a fair wad of cash on the bolt-in joints getting them destruction tested and then approved.

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                #8
                Originally posted by dsm2002 View Post
                DO you know if they are CAMS approved? Billet Race Craft have them same and they say they quote a CAMS Homologation Number: SDJ-17-04. https://billetracecraft.com.au/produ...1-joiner-copy/
                I think the bloke from Track Art in Melbourne has had his certified, give Andrew a buzz he's a legend.

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                  #9
                  Cool

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Komdotkom View Post
                    I think the bloke from Track Art in Melbourne has had his certified, give Andrew a buzz he's a legend.
                    Andrew is great, but while his joints are also certified ($250ea!) they still rely on bolt sheer (admittedly 2 bolts).
                    Personally I'd prefer something that locked together more positively...
                    Classic Auto Fabrications:
                    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Class...88753937823811

                    http://www.lescollinsracing.com/

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                      #11
                      Going to chat to the roll cage guy soon. The car has a Qld modplate for the cage, but the demountable joints do not meet CAMS requirements. I'll see what we'll do about.

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                        #12
                        Technically, the bolts are only actually in shear if they're not tightened properly.
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                          #13
                          Those BRC joints are the shiz. Expensive, but strong and well made.
                          Originally posted by Rdyno
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                            #14
                            FWIW after chatting to the roll cage guy, I'm going for a fixed, i.e. welded, intrusion bar with a sainz bar.

                            Although ACT based, I had contemplated getting Qld rego (at my mothers address) to drive to the race track and back. Probably illegal and too much work to change the car to registrable condition.

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                              #15
                              AGI do not sell the joints separately

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