Roll Cage Parts – Where Do They Go?

Producing top class roll cages depends upon both design expertise and the invaluable experience built up over more than 20 years from fitting roll cages in-house. This has allowed the company to continually refine the design of each cage, resulting in a higher quality product for our clients.

The in-house fitting service is available for all the current range of roll cages. If the fitting price is not shown for your model, please call for a quote. In addition, the fitting service is used by both professional teams requiring roll cages to be fitted to a number of new bodyshells, and the owners of rare and unusual cars for which no standard roll cage design exists. Walking around the workshop, you may find everything from a priceless Ferrari 250LM to several Mitsubishi Evo rally cars. There is no vehicle that Custom Cages cannot design and fit a roll cage to!

Not surprisingly, it takes great skill to fit a modern roll cage to a car that was never intended to have one. Originality is paramount for owners of historic competition cars, and often the cage must unbolt so that it can be removed. This level of expertise applies to old and new alike, as the highly sophisticated roll cages the company fitted to the latest aluminium-bodied Jaguar XKR GT racing cars have shown.

For UK customers we have a bodyshell collection and delivery service available. Please contact us for a competitive quote.

Roll Cage Fitting: Vehicle Shell Condition

Weld In Roll Cages Fitting

The body shell should ideally be delivered to Custom Cages as a rolling bare vehicle shell, stripped of the following items:

  • Glass
  • Interior
  • Boot
  • Bonnet
  • Doors
  • Wiring
  • Pedals
  • Hand Brake

Bare Minimum Removal: All interior including dash, heater, blower, roof lining and all glass must be removed please; any items not removed that need to be will be charge for at a rate of £40.00 per hour. Unfortunately any items removed cannot be re-fitted. Custom Cages will take great care in removing any of the previously listed items, including any glass left in the vehicle, but please be aware that if any glass is broken during removal these will not be replaced or compensated for.

Bolt-In Roll Cages Fitting

Bolt-In Roll Cages must be judged on their own merit as to how much interior is removed depending on application.

For more information regarding Roll Cage fitting services, please feel free to Contact Us.