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    Integy Roll Cage?

    Does anyone have any experience with the Integy roll cage? I like the look and the idea and it would fit a future build of mine perfectly... but is it actually any good? Anybody have pics of how it mounts or pics on their truck?
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    it actally worked really well i think el sob uses this cage as well with no body and it bolts to the bumper mounts

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    I have the New Era roll bar! It's made of steel! I have had it for more than three years and it has been run over by 1 to 1 cars a couple times. Still holds up great!


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    I was looking at this one.

    It looks more like a truck which is what I need.
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    its alittle tough getting that battery out but its a good cage

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    I was thinking of getting one of those too, and putting panels on it to give my Slash kind of a buggy look. I think there's a thread around here somewhere where someone did that.
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    I have the new era one as well as my friend that my friend I live by has one too. They do amazing for us, we don't have to run a body when bashing so we dont destroy the body after 5 runs. Definately worth it. The integy one wasn't what we wanted because you would have to take it off everytime you needed to work on it.
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    I think im gonna go for it. The truck isnt my main rig so i dont think the issues mentioned will be a problem. I was gonna do the panel thing too.
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    I have one for the T-Maxx. Well built, but they are heavy. I'd guess on a Slash it makes changing the battery pack tougher. I bashed in the desert for a year with the stock body on my Slash 4X4. It's cracked along the rear fender on one side, but still in one piece.
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    My stock body is holding up pretty well but this cage with some body panels would be sick!
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    I have the Integy roll cages on a Pede and Slash, both 2wd trucks and they've held up pretty well. I think the cages are made for a couple different models because there are a few mounting holes that don't line up. Pics below:

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    Double youknowwhat...
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    I had that exact roll cage, (full cage integy) It adds a lot of weight and it broke in 2 spots. Its worth it if you can weld it for free, but I regret buying it.

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    Thanks for the info guys.
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    RC Solutions makes some great cages. I'd stay away from integy muself. Never seen them last.
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    Yeah... but they are so much more expensive and you can't really put body panels on it for that scale look.
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    I'd buy a Integy cage to put panels on but not for some serious bashing. I'd run the integy cage with panels in sand. There was one I saw with lexan and another with aluminum sheeting taht looked sick. Just don't remember where!
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    It would be more for looking good. I'd use a beater body if I was jumping. I guess the only way to find out if it would work is to get one myself and try it. NOBODY STEAL MY IDEA but it's going to be used in a zombie assault vehicle build if I end up getting it.
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    When you do get it, please post pics so we can all see what you have done to your truck! I enjoy seeing what other people do to their trucks to personalize them
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