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  • #46
    Originally posted by McRussellPants View Post
    'I showed another guy that's never seen a roll cage before what a roll cage should look like and he agreed'



    Stay safe op lolol.
    It's a simple statics and strength of materials exercise. You know they DO teach this stuff in college, and a good engineer designing stuff for a power plant or a steel building will properly pick out a "good" design over a non-optimal one, and be able to tell you why.

    And I didn't show him what it should look like, I showed your "super box idea" and what I'm talking about. He pointed out all the issues with your "super box idea" right off the bat.


    So if he knows nothing about roll cages, but knows what's wrong with your piss poor design, what does that make you?
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    • #47
      I looked at the a pillar base plate area on a 240 to make sure I wasn't be a retard.


      I chuckled. Good luck fam. That glue seam got your back in bearing forreal tho. Nissan spot welds you the real mvp.

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      • #48
        So you'd rather shear right through said "glue seam?"

        Get it straight, it's either so strong you can build a shear box over it, or its so weak that when loaded in bearing it's going to punch right through. Can't have both brah.
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