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Picture update on my o2

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As you can see there is some work involved in making the front fenders fit right. At least there not as bad as the rears.

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Nice straight body line that is so hard to get with fiberglass box flairs.

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Can't wait till the paint goes on!!!!!

Should be soon.

John

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Looks great!

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...then do it before you paint the car. It is more likely that palying withy tubing will yeld a few scratch on the paint. Niot to mention that welding will melt the paint in several places. Also, painting the cage and the interiot together is more simple.

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This DOM bolt in roll bar with harness bar should be all I need for AutoX and the occational track/Solo event.

They are going to fit the roll bar and then remove it. I'll paint it at my house and then CAREFULLY put it back in.

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I just contacted Stable Energies about a full bolt in autopower cage. They have a slightly more expensive cage made by Saftey Devices that brings the cage closer to the shell so I may go that route.

My guess for your color is White and ?????

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