Maximum Motorsports Roll Bar 6-Point With Swing-Out Door Bars Without Harness Mount Coupe/Hatchback 1979-1993

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Maximum Motorsports 6-Point Roll Bar with Removable Swing-Out Door Bars and without a Harness Mount for all 1979-1993 Mustang Coupes and Hatchbacks.

Increase both safety and the rigidity of your Mustang's chassis with a Maximum Motorsports 6-Point Roll Bar. This 6-point roll bar includes removable swing-out style door bars to increase side impact safety. Removable swing-out door bars pivot outward, parallel with the doors, for easy entry. They can also be completely removed from the car in a matter of seconds!

Maximum Motorsports manufactures all their Roll Bars from the highest quality materials and hardware. Made of 1-3/4" diameter by 0.134" wall DOM tube (much stronger than the more commonly used 0.120" wall ERW seamed tubing). Contour-hugging 6" x 6" mounting pads with backup plates sandwich the unibody for safe and strong mounting. All hardware is Grade 5 or higher. Maximum Motorsports roll bars are designed to fit with your stock Mustang interior.

The Maximum Motorsports Roll Bars for Mustang coupes and hatchbacks are designed to bolt to the chassis, without welding. The floor pan is sandwiched between the roll bar mounting pads and the back-up plates underneath the floor pan. There is a significant clamping force between the two pads, providing a very secure method of attachment. Although the roll bar does not weld to the chassis you will need to weld the rear supports to the main hoop.

All of Maximum Motorsports roll bars are uncoated, bare steel. For a high quality finish, the installer should paint or powder coat the roll bar as part of the installation. Roll bars should have padding wherever any part of an occupant's body may come into contact with the steel tubing. This includes hands, feet, arms, and legs, not just the occupants' heads.

*This roll bar does NOT conform to NHRA and NMRA rules.

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