We can do a bolt in bar, it just ads to the cost. One thing that everyone needs to understand is what a roll bar is intended for. A roll bar is just that, its a roll bar...its purpose is to protect the driver in the event of a roll over. It is NOT merely a device to abide by a sanctioning bodies rules. Most aftermarket roll bars bolt to the weakest part of the cars uni-body the floor. This is just thin sheet metal, and in a roll over condition a bar mounted in this fashion has the potential to punch through the vehicles floor thereby causing more harm than good. Don't forget you are strapped to this bar so when it goes through the floor you may become shorter! You also may need to duck so the hoop bar wont hit you in the head! This is good food for thought for those of you pondering the roll bar acquisition. Our view here at the shop is do it right or not at all, this is the difference of life or death.
Originally Posted by silverwrx666
same here I really don't want a weld in one. my car won't be that radical but things change. looks good though