When a Cage is needed?

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Re: When a Cage is needed?

Post by ZIGGY » Mon Jul 21, 2014 6:13 pm

BrazilianZ28Camaro wrote:Did you noticed some deformation (elongation) on the bars near the rupture point?
No, the breaks or cracks often occur in chassis which have not been crashed. There is much discussion and debate about this
among us dirt people. http://www.4m.net/archive/index.php/t-195307.html Read down a bit for the break comments.

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Re: When a Cage is needed?

Post by BrazilianZ28Camaro » Mon Jul 21, 2014 6:23 pm

ZIGGY wrote:
BrazilianZ28Camaro wrote:Did you noticed some deformation (elongation) on the bars near the rupture point?
No, the breaks or cracks often occur in chassis which have not been crashed. There is much discussion and debate about this
among us dirt people. http://www.4m.net/archive/index.php/t-195307.html Read down a bit for the break comments.
WHAT?????
I will read it now!!!! think about the force needed to break up a bar like that!
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