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has anyone orderd one, what do you think...and how much was shipping???
 

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Great kits easy to work with. Shipping was really reasonable. I have used their roll bar and ladder bar kits. Love them.

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I was thinking about using a pre made cage kit, but wasn't sure where to order one from. Pulley Engineering was great on the phone, and the 10pt cage I wanted was like 300$ or so, but the shipping was 300$ too! Do you have a link for S&W?

By the way, that Cougar is one of the nicest I've ever seen...how it sits is perfect, literally =). Most people try the big rim little tire thing, and it just doesn't work for the lines of those cars. I had a 67 S-code XR-7 GT, one of my favorite cars I've ever owned =).

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I put an S&W 8 pt rollbar in my 69 back in about 1997. It fit well. I do remember that they just taped all the bars together and sent it by Fed Ex ground (truck freight). I *think* it was about $90 shipping from Pa to Alabama.



In 2000 I converted the rollbar to a full 14 pt cage and backhalved the car car with new frame rails, ladder bars, coil overs, etc. Bought all the parts from S&W.



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On 2006-03-07 23:44, Is1BadFord wrote:
I was thinking about using a pre made cage kit, but wasn't sure where to order one from. Pulley Engineering was great on the phone, and the 10pt cage I wanted was like 300$ or so, but the shipping was 300$ too! Do you have a link for S&W?

By the way, that Cougar is one of the nicest I've ever seen...how it sits is perfect, literally =). Most people try the big rim little tire thing, and it just doesn't work for the lines of those cars. I had a 67 S-code XR-7 GT, one of my favorite cars I've ever owned =).

Cris
Thanks for the compliments. Call S&W you will like the way they treat you.
 

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I just purchased one for my 84 GT, I'll post when I get it.
 

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I got a 4 point for my car. Fit was great and shipping was not bad from PA to MD. Just make sure that you have them notch everything. Cost a little more, but it's worth not having to figure out where to notch and makes fitting much easier.
 

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Shortly I will be installing a 14-point cage from S &W, it's currently piled up in my garage but from what I can tell it's a very will engineered, pre-bent cage.
 

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Great!! I checked out their website, and shipping from there to here in AZ is about 130$. 249$ for the 10pt cage, 45$ for contoured back struts (lot of money to bend two pipes!!), and 45$ for the front engine down bars. Not a bad deal at all =). Cut about 200$ off the price from Pulley, and I get the cage I want.

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