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  1. #1
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    Exclamation i hate integy roll cages!!!

    the back part of the integy roll cage is really hard to un bolt the bar on the back getis in the way

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    i just used a long screw driver to ger to the bolt. Wasnt that hard considering other trucks ive worked on. And this thing has stood up to some serious flips on pavement!

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    long screw drive and i had to bend the cage alittle bit and then it was all good

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    Cool. Long Craftsman Pros are awesome 4 that stuff (the screw that is hard to get out).
    And there he goes with the carbon...

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    Is that thing durable? I really like the look of it, but have had terrible experiences with integy before.
    Sig edited for awesomeness. NC

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    mine broke in two spots....had to re-weld them... and now it sits in my box

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    well i had a head on last night with a concrete column going about 50. I had taken off the front bumper and had just the cage on. MY cage bent a bit but other then that held up well. Though the screw that holds on the motor to the motor plate broke off. First time i ever seen that from a front end collision.

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    How easy is it to get the battery out with one of those on?
    Slash 4x4 stock
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    Is the roll case only for the look of the car or dose it help some how?
    And Is it heavy?

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    its good if you are more of an extreme driver or new if you flpp alot i suggest it but otherwise i dont really like it it does look cool and it protects but taking it off is a pain
    14yr old w/brushlesslash4wd project thts nvr done

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    Can someone post a picture of this ON A SLASH 4x4? I'd like to know what it looks like on the truck before I buy one and I've never seen one mounted.
    To the men and women of the US military, thank you

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    this is my slash
    14yr old w/brushlesslash4wd project thts nvr done

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    14yr old w/brushlesslash4wd project thts nvr done

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    14yr old w/brushlesslash4wd project thts nvr done

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    i think it serves its purpose considering i hit a wall near 50 mph and really didnt break anything. Putting in and taking off the battery is very simple wether its a 3s 4s or a regular nimhi. Just stick your hand thru the windshield and presto its out. I still cant understand why you guys are having such problems with the rear bolts. Mine are no where in the way if i use a long wrench. heck i can even take out the motor, and set the mesh with the cage on. and honestly i wouldnt say its very heavy i plan on trying to install some panels on the lower section to help with debris. Ill get a pic of mine also once i get home.

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